- India beat England 2-1 in ODI series
- Kohli failed in T20 and ODI series
Virat Kohli, India vs England series: Virat Kohli, the former captain of Team India, has not been able to score an international century for two and a half years. Almost everyone knows this thing now. But Kohli’s condition has become so thin that he has lagged behind even the bowler.
In fact, in the three-match ODI series against England, Kohli’s condition looked very bad. He got a chance to bat in two matches and in this he could score only 33 runs. During this his average was also 16.50.
Shami has a better average than Kohli
In terms of average, fast bowler Mohammed Shami has also overtaken Kohli. Actually, Shami’s turn came in one of the three matches and he scored 23 runs in it. His average was also 23 in this. Spin all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja scored more runs than Kohli. Jadeja scored 36 runs in 2 innings.
Bowler Harshal overtook in T20 series
Earlier, in the three-match T20 series against England, the Indian team had won 2-1. In this series too, Kohli was seen struggling to score runs. Kohli got a chance to play in two T20 matches. In this he had scored only 12 runs. In this series too, fast bowler Harshal Patel scored more runs than Kohli. Harshal scored 21 runs in 3 T20 matches.
Kohli has not scored a century for two and a half years, fifty for five months
Virat Kohli has not been able to score an international century for two and a half years and a half-century for five months. Kohli had scored the last century in November 2019 against Bangladesh in the Day-Night Test played in Kolkata. Then he played an innings of 136 runs. Since then, Virat Kohli has not been able to score a century in all three formats (Test, ODI, T20).
If we talk about Fifty, then Kohli made the last half-century on 18 February 2022. Then he scored fifty in the T20 match against West Indies itself. It is a matter of coincidence that this match also took place in Kolkata. Since then, Kohli has not been able to hit even fifty in all three formats.