Former Indian skipper Virat Kohli is one of the best players in the world currently. He is a world-class player across all formats of the game. However, his recent form hasn’t been that good. He has been struggling to score runs, which has often put him on the back foot.
The fact that he scored his last international century in 2019 goes to show how his lack of confidence. However, the fans totally believe that Kohli will shot to prominence once again in the upcoming edition of the Asia Cup 2022 and in the ICC T20 World Cup 2022.
Kohli is also one of the richest cricketers in the world with a net worth of around INR 700 crore. He is also the most-followed celebrity in Asia on Instagram as he has already crossed 200 million followers.
His last international century came against Bangladesh back in 2019 during a day-night pink-ball Test match. Since then, the right-handed batter has been chipping in with a series of low scores which has massively impacted his batting average negatively.
Moreover, he has been facing immense backlash on social media for his poor form. He recently skipped India’s tour of West Indies and Zimbabwe respectively. However, he will be making a comeback in the forthcoming edition of the Asia Cup 2022 tournament.
India are the most successful team in Asia Cup as they have won it seven times, more than any other team in history. The Men in Blue will be looking forward to targeting the Asia Cup for the eighth and for that, they surely require Virat Kohli to step up and deliver the goods.
Shahid Afridi gives an epic reply when a fan asked him about Virat Kohli not scoring a century
Former Pakistan skipper Shahid Afridi made the headlines recently when he was asked to give his opinion about Virat Kohli not scoring a century. One of the fans asked him on Twitter about Kohli not scoring a hundred for quite a long time (over 1000 days).
Afridi who usually makes controversial remarks about Indian cricketers gave a priceless reply to a fan. He replied, “Bare players ka mushkil waqt me hi pata chalta hai.” Translating it into English, it reads, “the true mettle of big players can be seen when they are in a tough spot”.