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When a fan asked Shahid Afridi why Virat Kohli didn’t get a century, the cricketer’s response was priceless

The day-and-night test that was played against Bangladesh in Kolkata in 2019 was the venue for Virat Kohli’s most recent century in international competition.

Shahid Afridi, a former Pakistan captain and all-rounder, has recently engaged in conversation with his followers on Twitter. A significant number of inquiries are directed in their direction regarding Indian cricket and cricketers, just as is the situation with Pakistani players. A fan wanted to know what Afridi thought about the fact that Virat Kohli has not scored an international century in more than a thousand days.

However, his reaction to this question was nothing short of brilliant, despite the fact that Afridi is notorious for making provocative comments against Indian cricketers.

The players’ well-being is my top priority, Afridi said in response. “Bare players ka mushkil waqt me hi pata chalta hai.” Its literal meaning in English is “the genuine mettle of major players may be shown when they are in a tight place,” and it comes from a Chinese proverb.

The day-and-night test that was played against Bangladesh in Kolkata in 2019 was the venue for Virat Kohli’s most recent century in international competition.

Since then, he has scored a number of fifty-centuries, but he has not yet reached the hundred-mark in the total number of runs he has scored.

But more than his lack of centuries, what is likely to be a problem for India heading into the Asia Cup is his lack of runs this year across all formats of the game.

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