An industrialist named Anand Mahindra resorted to social media to heap praise on batting legend Virat Kohli following the latter’s 71st international century, which was scored against Afghanistan.
Anand Mahindra, a prominent Indian businessman, was one of the many people who rejoiced at Virat Kohli’s brilliant century against Afghanistan. Kohli’s name will forever be associated with the knock because of its significance.
A player who, at one point in time, appeared to score hundreds more often than not has been unable to hit the three-figure threshold since November of 2019. Up until Thursday, when he lambasted the incident that took place in Afghanistan in Dubai.
Even though India were eliminated in the Super 4 stage of the tournament, Kohli was able to cap off a pretty successful Asia Cup campaign by scoring a century.
Earlier in the competition, Kohli scored two fifty-plus runs and was tied for the most runs scored in the first match between India and Pakistan.
The Asia Cup took place at a significant point in Kohli’s career. Because of his extended period of poor form, he was subjected to intense criticism.
After Kohli’s stunning century, Anand Mahindra came to Twitter to praise his effort and congratulate him.
“RISE! True heroes are resilient in the face of adversity and are able to disprove their doubters via their acts alone “he sent out tweets.
RISE! True heroes are resilient in the face of adversity and are able to disprove their doubters via their actions alone…
— anand mahindra (@anandmahindra) September 8, 2022
His score of 122 not out off 61 balls was Kohli’s first Twenty20 International century and his 71st overall in international cricket.
Kohli also achieved the highest individual score by an Indian player in Twenty20 Internationals, smashing a total of 12 fours and six sixes in his innings.
After Afghanistan had given India the opportunity to bat, his innings contributed to India’s overall score of 212/2.
After that, Bhuvneshwar Kumar bowled a superb spell to decimate the top order of Afghanistan’s batting lineup. He took five wickets within the first seven overs of Afghanistan’s innings.
His stint of 5-4, which included a maiden over, meant that Afghanistan could only manage a modest total of 111/8 in their 20 overs, which resulted in India achieving their biggest ever win in the format batting first. Afghanistan only managed to score 111/8 in their 20 overs.
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