Virat Kohli became the 12th cricketer to stand up for India in 100 test matches, just after the genuine former India cricketer named Sunil Gavaskar and the god of cricket, Sachin Tendulkar.
It’s a big thing for Virat Kohli, who played in 100 test matches for his country, India, as he was walking towards his mentors’ path, to which Rahul Dravid, Mehendra Singh Dhoni, Sachin Tendulkar, and other legends gave him direction, and he made improvements in himself and made a comeback in the game.
Virat Kohli played his 100th Test in the largest format for his country against Sri Lanka on Sunday at Mohali. Fans waited patiently as the gentlemen walked slowly to bat in the game and set his final score at 71 hundred. team’s comprehensive margin of an innings and 222 runs has set up Kohli’s mind to cross an unbeaten score in the game. After Virat’s, the all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja mentioned his not-out record at 175 runs and 9 wickets, and also that Rishabh Pant covered Virat Kohli in the game.