Virat Kohli was India's joint-top-scorer with Ravindra Jadeja in the Asia Cup match against Pakistan on Sunday. He slammed a 34-ball 35
as India chased 148 in the final over.
Before the Asia Cup game against Pakistan, Kohli had an average of 50.12 in T20I cricket. His T20I average has now dropped to 49.89.
In March this year, Kohli's Test average dropped below the 50-mark. This happened after India won the Day/Night Test against Sri Lanka in Bengaluru.
Kohli still averages an astronomical 57.68 in ODI cricket, the second-best among players
who have featured in over 50 matches. He is only behind Pakistan's Babar Azam (59.79).
On August 19, he completed 1,000 days without scoring a ton. He last slammed an international century in November 2019 during the Eden Gardens Test against Bangladesh.
Since November 2019 (his last international century), Kohli has scored 2,589 runs from 69 internationals at an average of 35.46. The tally includes 24 half-centuries.