IND vs BAN: Virat Kohli Hits All Time Low. In the series against Bangladesh, Virat Kohli scored two times in the single digits. The former India captain had a bad Test cricket season, and it came to an end against the Tigers. In the longer version of the game, Kohli gave up the captaincy after a 1-2 series loss against South Africa to open the year.
In white-ball cricket, Virat Kohli broke his century drought and found his form again, but in Test matches, he continued to struggle, hitting 265 runs in six matches at an average of 26.50 with just one half-century in 2022. Since November 2019, the experienced Indian batsman has gone without a century in a Test match. Kohli finished the two-match Test series against Bangladesh with scores of 1, 19, 24, and 1.
Only twice in his career has Virat Kohli had his worst Test performance in a year? In the three Test matches Kohli played for India in 2020, after cricket had resumed in the post-Covid era, he scored 116 runs at an average of 19.33. The 2022 season concluded with Kohli breaking yet another record for the lowest score, continuing his Test century-less streak that began in England in 2014.
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In 177 innings, Kohli’s average fell to 48.90, his third-lowest mark since he began playing Test cricket. In Cape Town, against the Proteas, Kohli scored 79 runs, his first and only half-century of the year. Prior to hitting 11 and 20 against England in the fifth Test that was rescheduled, Kohli scored 45 against Sri Lanka in his 100th Test at Mohali.
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However, Virat Kohli showed signs of regaining his mojo against Afghanistan in the September Asia Cup game, snapping a three-year international century drought. Following that, Kohli batted effectively in constrained overs and won the T20 World Cup. During the ODI series against Bangladesh, he scored his 44th ODI century with a 91-ball 113, snapping a 1214-day dry spell.