Virat Kohli Says These Stats & Milestone Do Not Matter To Me India Vs West Indies 2nd Test

Virat Kohli Century India vs West Indies: Virat Kohli finally ended the wait for his Test century on foreign soil on the West Indies tour. Kohli completed his 29th century in the second day’s play of the second Test of the series at the Queen’s Park Oval in Port of Spain. Before this, the last time Kohli played a century in the Perth Test match on the tour of Australia in the year 2018 outside the house. While reacting to his century innings, Kohli said that all these milestones do not mean much to him.

The Indian team’s first innings against the West Indies ended at a score of 438, in which Kohli’s bat saw an innings of 121 runs. While captain Rohit Sharma scored 80, Ravindra Jadeja scored 61 while Yashasvi scored 57 and Ashwin scored 56 runs. At the end of the second day’s play, the Windies team had also scored 86 runs at the loss of 1 wicket.

After the end of the day’s play, Virat Kohli, reacting to his century innings, said that I only want to contribute for the team. If I had scored 50, I would have missed a century and if I had scored 120, I would have missed a double century. In such a situation, these figures and milestones do not hold much importance for me. How you contribute to the team’s victory matters more.

fitness is most important to me

In his statement, Virat Kohli further said that the one thing that is most important for me is fitness, due to which it helps me to become better continuously. It is a great honor for me to play 500 matches for the country. I was able to achieve all this with my hard work. I never thought of reaching this point.

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