Star Indian batter Virat Kohli accomplished his much-anticipated 71st worldwide century and powered India to an enormous 212/2 of their 20 overs throughout their final Super Four conflict in opposition to Afghanistan on the Asia Cup 2022 on Thursday.
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“Last two and a half years have taught me a lot. I am going to turn 34 in a month. So those angry celebrations are a thing of the past. Actually, I was shocked. This is the last format I thought. It was an accumulation of a lot of things. The team has been open and helpful. I know there was a lot of stuff going outside,” stated Virat after his innings to broadcasters.
“And I kissed my ring. You see me standing here because one person has put things in perspective for me. That’s Anushka. This hundred is for her and for our little daughter Vamika as well. When you have someone next to you having conversations putting things in perspective, like Anushka has been… when I came back I was not desperate. Six weeks off I was refreshed. I realised how tired I was. Competitiveness doesn’t allow it, but this break allowed me enjoy the game again,” he added.