Virat Kohli who is best referred as “King Kohli” once again proves why fans and the cricket fraternity all around the globe eye on this destructive batsman as former Indian captain Kohli brings up his 45th ODI ton and 73rd century of his career. Virat Kohli continues his form and stated in bold words that “This form isn’t temporary and my prime is yet to come” as the former skipper hit his 45th ODI ton and 73rd of his career which broke multiple records.
Virat Kohli during the innings break revealed how calm and composed he kept his practice schedules after the century against Bangladesh. Former skipper Kohli also explains how he is so fit and what essentially keeps him at a perfect shape always. He also thanked the Indian openers to help him ‘ to get into the game’.
“I have had a bit of break, and a couple of practice sessions coming into this game, so I was fresh after that Bangladesh tour. I was excited for the home season to start. The openers allowed me to get into the game and I tried to keep my strike rate in check. I was happy I was able to maintain the tempo and we finished with 370. I would take those (dropped chances) any day. Luck plays a big part, you need to thank god on such evenings. These evenings are important, pretty aware of that. Thankful that I made the most of that luck presented to me. I helped the team get 20 runs extra, rather than 350. It’s going to be the same thing. Someone will have to score a 150, or 140 to chase this down. But it also gives our bowlers a chance to bowl with dew coming into play. I am quite aware of what I eat, diet is the most important thing at this age. That keeps me in prime shape. That helps me give my 100 percent for the team,” said Virat Kohli after his dominating 73rd ton against Sri Lanka.