IND VS ENG: Virat Kohli punches dressing room wall in frustration as he falls short of half-century by just 6 runs
Team India skipper Virat Kohli once again failed to convert a start in the second innings of the Oval Test on Sunday. The talismanic run-scorer, whose long wait for a century continues, punched the door of the dressing room in frustration after getting out to Moeen Ali.
Meanwhile, India didn’t have the best of starts on day 4 losing Ravindra Jadeja and Ajinkya Rahane cheaply. However, Virat Kohli looked in rhythm and played a couple of gorgeous-looking drives that ran to the boundary like a bullet.
Just when Kohli looked all set in the middle, a simple delivery from Moeen Ali undid all the hard work. Virat Kohli committed himself with a long stride playing for a turn but the ball held onto his line after pitching only to find Kohli’s edge on his way to the first slip fielder.
Disgusted to convert the star, Virat Kohli was seen punching the door of the dressing room on his way back. Virat Kohli has completed 1000 Test runs in England. He has toured three times to England since his debut – 2014, 2018, and 2021. He has 1002 runs from 15 matches at an average of 34.55, including two centuries.
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