Virat Kohli: When will Virat Kohli score a century? Childhood coach Rajkumar’s reply- India vs England Virat Kohli will soon get a big century: His childhood coach Rajkumar Sharma

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Kohli’s childhood coach Rajkumar said that Kohli would score a big century in the Test series against England. Kohli has scored just 62 runs in three innings of two Tests against England. Virat Kohli has not been able to play big innings for a long time. Due to which discussion is going on about its form. However, his childhood coach Rajkumar Sharma has expressed confidence that Kohli will score a big century in the ongoing Test series against England.

Kohli scored his last international century in November 2019. He has scored a total of 62 runs in three innings of the first two Tests against England. In contrast, England captain Joe Root has scored a total of 386 runs in four innings and is the highest run-scorer in this series.
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Asked whether England captain Joe Root is challenging Kohli by scoring a run, Rajkumar said, “I would say it is a challenge for Kohli to perform like Joe Root.” I have high hopes because I have known Kohli since childhood, he likes challenges. So it is a very good challenge and I can see more competition in the upcoming matches.
The gay cricketer, who got married two years ago, is playing a five-Test series between India and England. India won the second test after the first test was drawn. India are currently leading 1-0 in the series. The third Test between the two teams begins in Leeds on Wednesday.

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