Virat Kohli, the stalwart of Indian batting, has been synonymous with success on the field. Yet, in an unexpected turn, he now carries an unwelcome record in his cricketing career.
Virat Kohli, who played a quickfire knock of 29 runs from just 16 balls against Afghanistan in the second T20I at Indore, got out for a golden duck in the third T20I against Afghanistan at M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru.
Notably, Virat Kohli bagged a golden duck for the first time in T20 internationals. The 34-year-old never faced a golden duck in his extensive cricket career before this.
Earlier, Team India won the toss and chose to bat first but didn’t have a great start to their innings, losing quick wickets. At the time of writing, India’s scorecard reads 61/4 in 10 overs with Rohit Sharma and Rinku Singh holding the ground.