Asia Cup is around the corner and Virat Kohli will be looking to come out of the lean patch and set the stage on fire. Meanwhile let's have a look at Kohli's stroke-wise analysis ahead of all important tournament.

Stroke-wise analysis

Over the years, former skipper Virat Kohli has established himself among the best batters in all three formats of the game for India.

The boss of India

Kohli is the second player after New Zealand's Ross Taylor to play 100 ODIs and 100 Test matches. He reached these landmarks in January 2013 (ODI) and February 2022 (Tests).

100 in ODIs and Tests

Here's a list of some of the best T20I innings for King Kohli over the years as he completed 100 T20I matches when he played Pakistan.

Kohli completes 100 T20Is!

Chasing a meagre 84, Mohammad Amir dismantled the top order for just 8 runs, before this crucial innings for Kohli turned the tide in India's favour.

49 v Pakistan, Asia Cup (2016)

Chasing 208 for the win, Kohli started with a run-a-ball 20 at 10 overs but a scuffle with Kesrick Williams boosted Kohli after which he took Williams to the cleaners, and India home. 

94* v West Indies (2019)

He took the WI bowlers to the cleaners in this game, with his fifty coming off just 21 balls as India were propelled to 240 in the first innings.

70* v West Indies (2019)

In another crunch tie, Kohli was on 17 off 16 with India needing 93 off the final 10. He switched gears to guide India to the final in the penultimate over. 

72* v South Africa, (2014)

On 35 off 30 balls and with India needing 67 in the final six, Kohli smashed James Faulkner and then Nathan Coulter-Nile to lead India to the semis. 

82* vs Australia, (2016)

After losing his form in recent years, Kohli has come under the scanner. Now no more a skipper, he is slowly coming back, and contributed 35 off 34 to help India to victory.

Slowly coming back

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