Virat Kohli captures 11 years of test cricket in this montage watch
So, Virat Kohli made his Test debut against the West Indies in Kingston on this day, 11 years ago.
Virat Kohli made his debut in the longest format of the game on this day, 11 years ago. In his first Test match, right-handed Kohli scored four and fifteen runs against the West Indies in Kingston, Jamaica. 11 years later, Virat Kohli has carved out the No. 4 batting spot for himself and is one of the pillars of the Indian batting order. In the longest version of the game, Kohli too enjoyed a very fruitful captaincy tenure.
After playing in Tests for 11 years, Kohli released a video montage on Koo on Monday that featured all of his significant achievements while playing Test cricket, with with the remark “Time flies.”
The video that virat kohli have posted
Throughout his career, 33-year-old Virat Kohli has participated in 101 Test matches and amassed 8,043 runs at an average of 49.95, with a high score of 254 not out.
Since November 2019, Kohli has not hit a single century, indicating a recent decline in form.
In a day-night Test at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata, he last hit a century against Bangladesh.
After India lost a 1-2 series to South Africa in South Africa in January of this year, Kohli resigned as India’s Test captain.