IND vs SA: Before the Cape Town Test match, a big statement of Indian Test captain Virat Kohli has come to the fore. Virat Kohli has not played any big innings in a Test match for a long time. For which he is constantly on the target of critics. Questions were being raised due to not getting a century innings from his bat. Virat Kohli has broken the silence on all these questions.
Virat Kohli made a big statement before the Cape Town Test
India and South Africa (Ind vs SA) The third and last match of the Test series will be played in Cape Town from Tuesday. This three-match Test series is tied at 1-1. Team India will have a chance to create history in Cape Town Test. In the final and deciding match, Indian Test captain Virat’s innings can be expected with the bat. Virat Kohli has not been able to show good performance in the test format for the last two years. Virat Kohli’s Test match drought continues, no one has been able to score a century in two years. To which he clarified and said,
‘I believe in doing the best I can for the team and try to do it consistently. This is very important for me. I am happy doing this. My best effort is to do good for the team. I do not have to prove anything to anyone, these are extraneous things.
Virat Kohli has not scored any century since two years
Indian Test captain Virat Kohli is battling the worst form of his career. Virat Kohli is known by the name of run machine. Those who score runs very fast, but for the last two years, they are proving to be unsuccessful in doing so. Run machine Virat Kohli has not been able to score any century in the year 2020 and 2021.
Virat Kohli’s drought continues in Test matches. His average has halved in the last two years. At the same time, Virat, who has scored 27 centuries in 84 matches, has not been able to score any century in 25 innings of the last 14 matches. In the third and final match of the Test series between India and South Africa (Ind vs SA), there will be pressure on them to play a big innings. Because only one of his big innings can reach the threshold of victory in the third test match.