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Kohli has been out on zero in international cricket 28 times. While for the third time in the T20s, he was out on zero.
India suffered an 8-wicket defeat in the first match of the 5 T20 series against England. In the match, captain Virat Kohli could not even open the account. Uttarakhand police shared a funny post on social media about Kohli being dismissed on zero. Also tried to make people aware of traffic rules.
Uttarakhand police posted on social media that it is not only necessary to wear helmets, but it is also necessary to drive in Hoshohwas. Otherwise you can be out on zero like Kohli. This post is becoming quite viral on social media.
Kohli out on zero for the third time in T20
Kohli was out for a third time in the T20 International. Earlier, he was dismissed at 0 against Australia in Guwahati in 2017 and in Dublin against Ireland in 2018.
Kohli out without scoring 28 times
Kohli has been out on zero in international cricket 28 times. He has been out for 13 times in Tests without scoring. While no runs have been scored in ODIs 12 times. Apart from this, he could not score 3 times in T20. He has also become the Indian captain most times out on zero. He has returned to the pavilion without scoring 14 times as captain. He is followed by Sourav Ganguly 13, Dhoni 11 and Kapil Dev 10 times on zero.
Indian team’s first defeat in T20 this year
This was the first T20 of the Indian team in this year, which started with a loss. Overall the Indian team lost for the first time at home after 12 T20s. Earlier, on 8 December 2019, the West Indies were defeated. Then India lost by 8 wickets in T20 played at Thiruvananthapuram.
203 batsmen of India were bowled out for zero in 996 Tests.
So far, 996 batsmen have been dismissed without opening an account in India’s 87-year history in Test cricket. Only Australia, England and West Indies batsmen have been out on zero more than this. England batsmen have the most number of names. England’s 469 batsmen were out for a total of 1824 times.
Australia’s team is in second place. For Australia, 460 batsmen were bowled out for 1469 times. West Indies are in third place. 325 batsmen of the Caribbean team have returned to the pavilion 1131 times without opening an account. After this, India’s number comes. India’s 203 batsmen were out for zero overall 996 times.