The face of Indian cricket, Virat Kohli, continues to be regarded as one of the game’s most talented batters throughout its entire history.
Kohli has accomplished things on the 22-yard line that the vast majority of people can only fantasise about doing because he holds a multitude of records and has the reputation of being a world-beater.
In spite of this, many people have the impression that Kohli is a “misunderstood figure,” at least in terms of his demeanour.
Virat Kohli is a superstar batsman for India, and Sri Lankan cricketer Chamika Karunaratne summed up the mentality of Kohli in a fantastic way when she shared a picture of the two of them together.
Kohli got off to a strong start in the One-Day International series against Sri Lanka by hitting his 45th century in the 50-over format, which helped India achieve a decisive victory over Sri Lanka in the first match of the series.
Even though Kohli was unable to keep his form going in the second one-day international and missed out on a hat-trick of hundreds, it is anticipated that he would once again hit the triple-digit score in the third one-day international.
Karunaratne delivered an eloquent and heartfelt homage to the legendary batter just before the decisive match of the series. The entry is as follows:
“Some people call it arrogant; others say it’s done for the cameras; still others say it’s for the show. According to the urban tale, he sees HUNGER. He believes that as long as there is a desire to excel, there will be competition. You are going to WIN, “the text that was written in the caption of the picture.
In the first one-day international match, Kohli led India to victory by scoring 113 runs with the assistance of 12 fours and one six. In total, India won by 67 runs.
At three One-Day International matches played in Guwahati, Kohli scored three hundreds: two at the Barsapara Stadium and one at the Nehru Stadium.
On his approach to his 45th One-Day International century, he was dropped twice, on the scores of 52 and 81. This puts him four hundreds short of Sachin Tendulkar’s all-time record of 49 hundreds in the 50-over format.
Although Virat Kohli was unable to score his 46th century in a One-Day International match, he will be anxious to add to his total in the third encounter, which will take place in Trivandrum.