Virat Kohli has featured in 86 Tests for India and scored at an average over 52. However, scoring in overseas conditions has been a major concern for him, with his recent debacle coming in New Zealand. Former India fast bowler Ajit Agarkar however hopes Virat Kohli to score a triple century in Test before retirement.
Kohli currently has the high score of an unbeaten 254 in the longest format of the game. Former India opener Virender Sehwag has hit triple century twice while Karun Nair has scored once for the national team. Agarkar believes that the energy Kohli has shown clearly depicts that he can hit a triple century.
“I hope Virat Kohli gets a triple hundred in Test cricket before he finishes his career. We have had three so far from Indians, two from Virender Sehwag and one from Karun Nair. But for all the achievements that Virat Kohli has had and clearly he has enough energy to go and get that triple hundred,” Ajit Agarkar said on Star Sports Cricket Connected
“I hope he does that before he ends his career. But look there are going to be a few records that are going to be broken before he finishes,” he further added
Kohli is a determined spirit who made his way to become one of the finest cricketers of all-time through sheer self belief and hard-work. He has made run-scoring look easy and has many records to be broken in line.
Kohli has often showed his love for the sport through his aggression and hardly gives an inch to his opponents on the field. But off it, Kohli is a completely different personality, he likes to spend time with his family, read books, train consistently and maintain his vegan diet, and to top it all he is not fond of fame or attention.
He will be next seen in action leading RCB in the IPL 2020.