Don’t turn into another Venkatesh Prasad, please: In response to Iceland Cricket’s viral tweet about Virat Kohli, Twitter attacks

The official Twitter handle of Iceland Cricket posted a noteworthy tweet about the batting form of the former Indian skipper.

After Virat Kohli extended his century drought during the second Test of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy between India and Australia.

Indian skipper Virat Kohli played a tough inning for Rohit Sharma and co. in his first red-ball match since 2017.

But the star batter failed to score his 29th half-century in the first innings of the second Test match between India and Australia.

The dismissal of the local hero, who was given LBW by Australian debutant Matthew Kuhnemann. Sparked a huge social media debate among game fans and followers.

Kohli hit three boundaries in an effort to make amends in the second innings as India chased the 115-run target set by Australia at Arun Jaitley.

However, Kohli was unable to capitalize on his start when he was stumped by Todd Murphy in the 19th over. It is interesting to note that Kohli, the former captain of India. Was stumped for the first time in his distinguished Test career.

The official Twitter handle of Iceland Cricket posted a tweet about the batting statistics of the outstanding cricketer as Kohli extended his streak of not scoring a century in the game’s longest format.

Iceland Cricket asserted on Wednesday via Twitter that Kohli has not scored a Test century in 23 matches.

The fact that Virat Kohli has not scored a century since 2019 in 23 Tests is a statistic that won’t please many Indian fans. How long is excessive? I Tweeted Iceland Cricket.

The tweet before long turned into all the rage via web-based entertainment and the Twitter record of Iceland Cricket was called out by fans for scrutinizing Kohli’s structure in the longest organization.

Iceland Cricket quickly received a flurry of noteworthy responses from fans. Please refrain from becoming yet another @venkateshprasad.

Let the kid be alone. As a player, he’s doing well,” a Twitter user wrote. That’s the response that everyone has. “Unless @venkateshprasad creates two or three Twitter threads on it, it’s not too long,” said another fan.

Even though Kohli did not score a century in Delhi. He made history by breaking Sachin Tendulkar’s world record in the second Test against Australia.

In international cricket, Kohli became the quickest batter to score 25,000 runs. The 34-year-old has scored four centuries in worldwide cricket since September 2022.

In 106 Test matches, the legendary batsman Kohli has scored 8,195 runs.

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