In this montage, Virat Kohli documents 11 years of test cricket.
So, on this day, 11 years ago, Virat Kohli played his first Test against the West Indies in Kingston.
On this day, 11 years ago, Virat Kohli made his debut in the game’s longest format. Right-handed Kohli scored four and fifteen runs against the West Indies in his debut Test match at Kingston, Jamaica. Virat Kohli is one of the cornerstones of the Indian batting order and has established himself as the No. 4 batsman 11 years later. Kohli also had a highly successful captaincy tenure in the game’s longest iteration.
After 11 years of Test cricket, Kohli published a video montage on Koo on Monday that highlighted all of his noteworthy accomplishments throughout those time, along with the caption “Time flies.”
The video released by Virat Kohli
Virat Kohli, 33, has played in 101 Test matches throughout the course of his career and amassed 8,043 runs at an average of 49.95, with a best score of 254 not out.
With no centuries since November 2019, Kohli’s form has recently deteriorated.
He most recently scored a century against Bangladesh in a day-night Test at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata.
In January of this year, Kohli resigned as India’s Test captain after his team fell to South Africa in a 1-2 series.