Cricket-India's Kohli surprised himself with drought-ending T20 hundred

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After a long wait, Virat Kohli has at last reached an international century, and the star Indian batsman seems shocked to have done it in the game's 20-over format.

After reaching his 70th international century in a test match in November 2019, Kohli's unbeaten 122 on Thursday against Afghanistan in the Asia Cup encounter was his first century since then.

India, the defending champions, was unable to advance to the final, but Kohli remains the highest scorer in the competition with 276 runs from five innings, including his first century in Twenty20 Internationals—albeit in a meaningless match.

India, the defending champions, was unable to advance to the final, but Kohli remains the highest scorer in the competition with 276 runs from five innings, including his first century in Twenty20 Internationals—albeit in a meaningless match.

Speaking at the awards event, man-of-the-match Kohli claimed that despite his protracted wait for a hundred, he did not feel out of shape.

The one-month sabbatical Kohli had from the game this year, together with the supportive environment of the team, did wonders for him, according to Kohli.

The team management has also maintained excellent communication with me during these trying times, keeping me calm and maintaining the proper perspective.

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