Since playing 136 against Bangladesh in November 2019, Virat Kohli has not scored a single century in 19 innings so far.
Indian captain Virat Kohli’s poor form continues. In the first match of the Test series against New Zealand in Wellington, Kohli returned to the pavilion after scoring just 2 runs.
Fast bowler Kyle Jamieson, who made his Test debut to Kohli, made his victim on a personal score of just 2 runs. Kohli’s poor form can be gauged from the fact that the Indian captain was able to put only 1 Pachasa in 8 innings in all three formats on the tour of New Zealand.
The first bad phase of Kohla came in the year 2011 from February to September. During this period, Kohli could not score a single hundred in 24 consecutive innings. During this time his batting average had fallen from 48 to 39.
From February to October this year, Kohli could not score a single century in 25 consecutive innings. During this period, in the 5 Tests played on the England tour, only 134 runs came off Kohli’s bat with 39 runs being his best score.