Virat Kohli says Chennai hundred among his more challenging knocks
Virat Kohli has said that the century against South Africa in the 4th ODI has been one of the most challenging knocks of his career. He added that the attack was a quality one and the conditions. The pitch wasn’t a good one for batting and was on the slower side, which made it tough to get boundaries.
Kohli added that he realised it very early in his innings, so he looked for gaps and nudged the ball ino them and run singles and doubles by pusing the fielders. This was the reason why he had cramps in the later stage of his innings. Kohli took 66 singles and 9 doubles in his innings.
Kohli’s 138 lead India to post a score of 299 runs, though India should have scored more than that with the base they had after Kohli’s partnership with Rahane and Raina. But the end overs didn’t fetch good runs for Team India. However, India won the match by 35 runs
Kohli was going through a rough patch and didn’t have anything extra ordinary in his name. Eevn his century in the previous game was a slower one, compared to the standards which Kohli has set for himself. But he silenced his critics in style and nothced up his 23rd century.
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