Virat Kohli has finally ended his drought of centuries in all the formats of international cricket. He has scored 186 runs in the 4th test match between India and Australia, and by doing that, he has ended his drought of centuries in the test format. In the post-match conference, Ravichandran Ashwin said that personally, Virat and I had a conversation about the Indore test. Not that we both connect too often on such lines, but I just personally felt that Virat was batting well.
Ashwin also said that Virat was getting time and was probably just getting out after getting starts in the 30s and 40s. It was just about putting your hands around the shoulder and telling the person that you are batting brilliantly, just need to hang on, and things are going to turn around. It has turned for me in my cricketing career as well. I felt a big knock from Kohli when I was around the corner.Kohli scored 36 runs as his highest score in the series between India and New Zealand, which was their last assignment before the Border Gavaskar Trophy.