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Virat Kohli: “Test Cricket Was Boring, and Then This Man Came”, Twitter Reacts as Kohli Completes 11 Years in Test Cricket

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Virat Kohli: If we talk about the greatest Indian Batsman of the current Generation, Virat Kohli is the name that instantly pops out in our mind.

Kohli made his debut for the Indian team back in 2008 against Sri Lanka. Since then, Kohli has been an essential part of the Indian Cricket Team. He has achieved numerous feats throughout his career. Kohli has excelled in batting in all three formats of the game. He has shown his worth to the team on various occasions.

11 years ago, on 20th June 2011, Virat Kohli made his Test Cricket debut for the Indian Team after having an impressive performance in the 2011 Cricket World Cup. Royal Challengers Bangalore took on twitter to congratulate Virat on completing his 11 years in Test Cricket.

Virat Kohli: An overview on Virat’s Test Cricket career

Virat Kohli: "Test cricket was boring, and then this man came", Twitter reacts as Kohli completes 11 years in Test Cricket
Virat Kohli: “Test cricket was boring, and then this man came”, Twitter reacts as Kohli completes 11 years in Test Cricket

After winning the 2011 Cricket World Cup, Virat Kohli made his Test Cricket debut for the Team on 20th June 2011 against West Indies. Kohli had a very good performance in the other 2 formats of the game and was ready to do the same in Test.

Virat is one of the best Test Batsman and has the record for Most Double Centuries as Test Cricket Captain. Kohli has managed to hit 7 times 200 run mark as India’s Test Captain. He has played 101 matches for the Indian team and has managed to score 8,043 runs which include 27 centuries and 28 Half Centuries. He has a high score of 254 runs not out.

Kohli still has many years left to play. We are sure he will continue to take these numbers even higher and break more records until he plays cricket for India.

Big Role ahead for Kohli

Virat Kohli: "Test cricket was boring, and then this man came", Twitter reacts as Kohli completes 11 years in Test Cricket
Virat Kohli: “Test cricket was boring, and then this man came”, Twitter reacts as Kohli completes 11 years in Test Cricket

We all are aware of Virat Kohli’s batting performance. However, he has not been in very good form for the past few months. Kohli is struggling to score runs and it is a point of concern for the team.

There have been lots of ups and downs with him, may it be the captaincy of his batting. Things are not going in Kohli’s way for a long time. He is doing his best to come back to his form.

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Kohli was given rest for the Home series against South Africa. He did not have a good IPL season as well. However, we got to see Kohli scoring a few runs in the last games for Royal Challengers Bangalore.

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The T20 World Cup is on schedule for all the cricket-playing nations. The team will need Kohli on Australian pitches. It is very necessary for him to gain back his form back.

Virat Kohli: If we talk about the greatest Indian Batsman of the current Generation, Virat Kohli is the name that instantly pops out in our mind.

Kohli made his debut for the Indian team back in 2008 against Sri Lanka. Since then, Kohli has been an essential part of the Indian Cricket Team. He has achieved numerous feats throughout his career. Kohli has excelled in batting in all three formats of the game. He has shown his worth to the team on various occasions.

11 years ago, on 20th June 2011, Virat Kohli made his Test Cricket debut for the Indian Team after having an impressive performance in the 2011 Cricket World Cup. Royal Challengers Bangalore took on twitter to congratulate Virat on completing his 11 years in Test Cricket.

Virat Kohli: An overview on Virat’s Test Cricket career

Virat Kohli: "Test cricket was boring, and then this man came", Twitter reacts as Kohli completes 11 years in Test Cricket
Virat Kohli: “Test cricket was boring, and then this man came”, Twitter reacts as Kohli completes 11 years in Test Cricket

After winning the 2011 Cricket World Cup, Virat Kohli made his Test Cricket debut for the Team on 20th June 2011 against West Indies. Kohli had a very good performance in the other 2 formats of the game and was ready to do the same in Test.

Virat is one of the best Test Batsman and has the record for Most Double Centuries as Test Cricket Captain. Kohli has managed to hit 7 times 200 run mark as India’s Test Captain. He has played 101 matches for the Indian team and has managed to score 8,043 runs which include 27 centuries and 28 Half Centuries. He has a high score of 254 runs not out.

Kohli still has many years left to play. We are sure he will continue to take these numbers even higher and break more records until he plays cricket for India.

Big Role ahead for Kohli

Virat Kohli: "Test cricket was boring, and then this man came", Twitter reacts as Kohli completes 11 years in Test Cricket
Virat Kohli: “Test cricket was boring, and then this man came”, Twitter reacts as Kohli completes 11 years in Test Cricket

We all are aware of Virat Kohli’s batting performance. However, he has not been in very good form for the past few months. Kohli is struggling to score runs and it is a point of concern for the team.

There have been lots of ups and downs with him, may it be the captaincy of his batting. Things are not going in Kohli’s way for a long time. He is doing his best to come back to his form.

Kohli was given rest for the Home series against South Africa. He did not have a good IPL season as well. However, we got to see Kohli scoring a few runs in the last games for Royal Challengers Bangalore.

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The T20 World Cup is on schedule for all the cricket-playing nations. The team will need Kohli on Australian pitches. It is very necessary for him to gain back his form back.

BETADDA

Virat Kohli: If we talk about the greatest Indian Batsman of the current Generation, Virat Kohli is the name that instantly pops out in our mind.

Kohli made his debut for the Indian team back in 2008 against Sri Lanka. Since then, Kohli has been an essential part of the Indian Cricket Team. He has achieved numerous feats throughout his career. Kohli has excelled in batting in all three formats of the game. He has shown his worth to the team on various occasions.

11 years ago, on 20th June 2011, Virat Kohli made his Test Cricket debut for the Indian Team after having an impressive performance in the 2011 Cricket World Cup. Royal Challengers Bangalore took on twitter to congratulate Virat on completing his 11 years in Test Cricket.

Virat Kohli: An overview on Virat’s Test Cricket career

Virat Kohli: "Test cricket was boring, and then this man came", Twitter reacts as Kohli completes 11 years in Test Cricket
Virat Kohli: “Test cricket was boring, and then this man came”, Twitter reacts as Kohli completes 11 years in Test Cricket

After winning the 2011 Cricket World Cup, Virat Kohli made his Test Cricket debut for the Team on 20th June 2011 against West Indies. Kohli had a very good performance in the other 2 formats of the game and was ready to do the same in Test.

Virat is one of the best Test Batsman and has the record for Most Double Centuries as Test Cricket Captain. Kohli has managed to hit 7 times 200 run mark as India’s Test Captain. He has played 101 matches for the Indian team and has managed to score 8,043 runs which include 27 centuries and 28 Half Centuries. He has a high score of 254 runs not out.

Kohli still has many years left to play. We are sure he will continue to take these numbers even higher and break more records until he plays cricket for India.

Big Role ahead for Kohli

Virat Kohli: "Test cricket was boring, and then this man came", Twitter reacts as Kohli completes 11 years in Test Cricket
Virat Kohli: “Test cricket was boring, and then this man came”, Twitter reacts as Kohli completes 11 years in Test Cricket

We all are aware of Virat Kohli’s batting performance. However, he has not been in very good form for the past few months. Kohli is struggling to score runs and it is a point of concern for the team.

There have been lots of ups and downs with him, may it be the captaincy of his batting. Things are not going in Kohli’s way for a long time. He is doing his best to come back to his form.

Kohli was given rest for the Home series against South Africa. He did not have a good IPL season as well. However, we got to see Kohli scoring a few runs in the last games for Royal Challengers Bangalore.

A banner

The T20 World Cup is on schedule for all the cricket-playing nations. The team will need Kohli on Australian pitches. It is very necessary for him to gain back his form back.

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