When Virat Kohli scored a century against Bangladesh in November 2019. Then everyone thought that he would soon leave Australia's Ricky Ponting behind. This was Kohli's 70th century of international cricket. Ponting is at number two with 71 centuries. Sachin Tendulkar has scored the most 100 centuries. But after this Kohli's bat has completely calmed down. After 2020, he could not even score a single century in 2021. That is, the fans are still waiting for his 71st century.

Virat Kohli was dismissed for 18 runs in the second innings of the first Test (India vs South Africa) on Wednesday. This was his last innings of the year 2021. He scored 35 runs in the first innings of the test. However, the total lead of the team has increased to more than 250 runs. Since the 70th century, Kohli has come out to bat 60 times in international cricket, but he could not reach three points even once. He played the biggest innings of 94 not out.

5 fifties in 14 Tests

Virat Kohli came out to bat in 25 innings of 14 Tests in 70 centuries. Scored 652 runs at an average of 26. Scored 5 fifties. Played the biggest innings of 74 runs. During this, he scored 649 runs in 15 innings of ODIs at an average of 43. Scored 8 fifties. 89 was the best score. At the same time, in 20 innings of T20, he has scored 777 runs at an average of 60. Scored 7 fifties. He played the biggest innings of 94 not out.

Number three in terms of runs scored

Virat Kohli may not have scored a century, but during this time he is at number three in terms of scoring the most runs for India. During this, KL Rahul has scored 2123 runs in 49 innings in all three formats at an average of 47. Has scored 5 centuries and 16 half-centuries. He is the highest run-scorer for India. Rohit Sharma has scored 2083 runs in 48 innings at an average of 46. Scored 4 centuries and 13 half-centuries. Kohli scored 2078 runs in 60 innings at an average of 39. Scored 20 fifties. No other Indian batsman has reached the figure of 2 thousand.