"Will Be Five Kilos Less": On Virat Kohli's Ton, Ex-India Coach Ravi Shastri's Out Of The Box Take

Virat Kohli's century against Afghanistan in an Asia Cup Super 4 game was, to put it mildly, relieving.

Kohli finally struck a century in international cricket after more than 1000 days.

In addition, his 122* off 61 balls against Afghanistan was the greatest individual score by an Indian in a T20I match.

The timing of Kohli's return to form, with the T20 World Cup beginning in less than two months

could not have been better. Ravi Shastri, a former India coach, was asked about Kohli reaching the triple-figure barrier after 1020 days following the tonne on Thursday.

"You mentioned 1020 days; I can say that I was in that changing room for 700 days throughout that time. It is lengthy.

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