Indian batsman Virat Kohli yesterday got out after scoring 91 in the first ODI at Perth. This was Kohli’s fourth innings in which he missed ODI hundred. Every cricketer faces nervousness when they enter the zone nervousness as most of the batsmen got confused they need to do. Do they need to play their normal game or play little defensive stroke and go by single to score the hundred? This situation of confusion by batsman exploited by bowlers. Either batsman gets bowled or tried to play big shot and got catch out.

Indian batsman, Virat Kohli was under pressure when was in the nervous nineties as in the slog over India failed to rotate the strike, Rohit Sharma played slow till he scored his hundred. Virat Kohli tried to play a lofted shot off Jams Faulkner but caught in long off y Aaron Finch.

As Virat missed his hundred he has become 8th Indian batsmen in the list of 24 batsmen. The list is topped by none other than Sachin Tendulkar, who is the owner of most hundred in both One Day Internationa and Test.

Tendulkar has 49 ODI hundred and 50 Test hundred, but he missed his 23 hundred as he got out in the nineties in Test and ODI. Sachin Tendulkar in Test missed 10 hundred and in ODI 18 times.

No other batsman in the World missed as much hundred as Sachin Tendulkar.

The second Indian batsmen who got the most number of times in the nineties in Mohammad Azharuddin. Most of the batsmen who out in the nineties have played the game in 1990’s and in this new millennium.

Here is the full list of Indian batsmen who got out in the nineties:

Player

Times

Runs

Sachin Tendulkar

18

1706

Mohammad Azharuddin

7

649

Virender Sehwag

6

568

Sourav Ganguly

6

561

MS Dhoni

6

559

K Srikkanth

5

471

S Dhawan

4

377

Virat Kohli

4

375

Rahul Dravid

4

373

Gautam Gambhir

4

370

Ajay Jadeja

4

370

Yuvraj Singh

3

286

NS Sidhu

3

285

Sunil Gavaskar

3

274

Dilip Vengsarkar

2

189

Mohammad Kaif

2

188

Rohit Sharma

2

185

VVS Laxman

1

99

Ajit Agarkar

1

95

Parthiv Patel

1

95

Woorkeri Raman

1

95

Sameer Dighe

1

94

Manjo Prabhakar

1

91

Ajinkya Rahane

1

91

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