“Kohli Will Score A Century Against NZ In WTC Finals”- Former Pakistani Batsman Salman Butt

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Former Pakistani batsman Salman Butt opines that Virat Kohli’s 71st century is just around the corner. Virat Kohli has not scored a century since November 2019, now. The right-handed batsman is known for converting his 50s to his 100s, however, the Indian heartthrob has been struggling to get those extra runs in the last couple of years.Stay with us to know the Reason Why India Will Win WTC Finals

Salman Butt hails King Kolhi

Salman Butt is confident that Virat Kohli will soon score his 71st international ton and that he is just a game away from reaching the milestone. Butt also lauded King Kohli’s achievements in the sport of cricket. Butt applauded Kohli’s phenomenal career of 13 years and said that critics are wrong to take a dig at Kohli when he is experiencing a slight dig in his form.

While speaking in his YouTube video, Salman Butt was asked whether ‘Virat can cross his mental barriers at ICC events like World Test Championship and T20 World Cup’. Butt responded by saying ‘Why not?’ as Kohli will surely bounce back and get a hundred against New Zealand in the final of World Test Championship that starts on June 18 in Southampton.

“He’s broken so many barriers already. Who could have thought that a boy in his age will get 70 centuries? Who would have that he would become as fit as he is today, or carry the kind of form that he has? He has a strike rate of 90 in chases, an average of over 50 in all three formats. Who would have thought? These are barriers he’s already crossed. Who can stop him from crossing this barrier? In fact, he can do it in the next match or the next series itself,” Butt added.

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