WI vs IND, 2nd Test: Kohli Strong Reply To His Critics After His 29th Test Century

The star Indian batter Virat Kohli has once again proved that why is he the number one Test batter in any format. Kohli ended his four year drought and finally got a Test hundred away from home. In the second Test match against West Indies, Kohli registered his 29th century and showed his class with his brilliant drives.

With his 29th century, Kohli also equalled the record of Sir Don Bradman for having the same number of centuries in Test Cricket. The century by Kohli was also historic as he got this in his 500th international game.

While talking to broadcasters after the match, Kohli said that he was not really worried about his overseas century and he always concentrated on scoring for the team.

“These are things for others to talk. I have got 15 hundreds away from home, that’s not a bad record. I have got more hundreds away than at home. The key is to do well to the best of my ability. We haven’t played 30 matches away from home and I have got a few fifty-plus scores. I want to contribute as much as possible.”

Kohli said that he doesn’t really care for the personal milestone. He looks to contribute for the team only.

“If I get 50 the feeling is I missed out on a 100, if I get 120 the feeling is I missed out on a double hundred. These stats and milestones (will) mean nothing in 15 years’ time, what they will remember is if I left an impact or not. I am grateful to play 500 games for India. I never imagined. It’s all hard work. It’s the commitment you give to the sport you are playing which gives you the result,” he said.

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