Virat Kohli is back in his old style. He has 75 centuries in international cricket. He scored 28 in Tests, 46 in ODIs and a century in T20s.
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New Delhi. Virat Kohli is back in his old form. After struggling with a drought of runs for almost 3 years, he scored his first century in T20 in September last year, then returned to ODIs and now scored his first century in Test after 2019. After Kohli’s return, he has also received interesting advice to score more than 100 centuries. Kohli has been advised that if he has to break Sachin Tendulkar’s record of most 100 international hundreds, he will have to quit T20 cricket.
Former Pakistani bowler Shoaib Akhtar is going to give this advice to Kohli. In the past, Kohli had scored a century in the Ahmedabad Test against Australia. India entered the final of the World Test Champion by winning the series 2-1. Rawalpindi Express Shoaib encouraged Kohli to break Sachin’s record.
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Focus on Test and ODI cricket
Pakistani bowler says that Kohli can score 110 centuries. He should focus on Test and ODI cricket. T20 cricket drains a lot of his energy. According to the Pakistani veteran, Kohli can play for 6 to 8 years i.e. till the age of 42. Talking to Sports Tak, he said that if he plays 30 to 50 more Tests, then he will have no problem in scoring 25 more centuries.
not even the burden of captaincy
Former Indian captain has 75 centuries in international cricket. He scored 28 in Tests, 46 in ODIs and a century in T20s. Shoaib says that now there is no burden of captaincy on Kohli. He is mentally free as well and is hitting runs very aggressively.
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