When it comes to cricket, the first name that comes to our mind is Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar because he has made the sport much more popular. He is famously referred to as the “God of Cricket”.
However, after Sachin Tendulkar’s retirement, Virat Kohli played incredibly well and made a name for himself as far as international cricket is concerned. He has smashed 71 centuries to his name in the international circuit.
Given his fitness and age, he still has 6-7 more years of professional cricket. He should be looking to score more runs to his account and break more records in the future. Kohli is currently in Australia gearing up for the ICC T20 World Cup 2022 in Australia.
The right-handed batter recently slammed his first T20I century against the Afghanistan cricket team in the recently-concluded Asia Cup 2022 tournament in the United Arab Emirates. Fans were delighted after Kohli ended his century drought.
It took him 1012 days to end his century drought and his rich form factor is vital for India going forward into the T20 World Cup 2022 in Australia.
Meanwhile, a video clip featuring Virat Kohli politely asking fans not to disturb him while batting in the nets has been doing the rounds on social media channels.
“Yaar practice ke time main bolo mat, distraction hoti hai (Please don’t speak during practice, it distracts me),” Kohli said.