“Targeted preparations” and focus on “Weak points” – are the two most common similarities and differences that bridge a gap between a Student and a Cricketer from Scoring a 100!

Two Students in India retake exams as they were not satisfied with their 99.99% and 99.7% Scores- A recent post made by Global Ambassador of “Come on Cricket” and a two-time triple centurion in Tests,  Mr. Virender Sehwag showed his concern for the Young Cricketers and most importantly for the Stylish and focused Indian Batsman Virat Kohli for not being so desperate as the Indian Students are for their Exact 100 Score.

He comments by stating “Itni badly 100 toh Kohli ne bhi nahi chahaya hoga. Itne mein toh hamare jaise 3 bachhe paas ho jaate 🙂 Dharmasena Review System bhi fail iske aage. #studygram #100

Translated in English “Even Kohli didn’t want to score a century as much these Students wants to score 100, Besides the score which the students already scored, in that score 3 more students could have passed easily. then he sarcastically told that as per Dharmasena Review System they(these students) will fail.

The 32-year-old’s last century in ODIs also came in the year 2019 – against West Indies at Port of Spain in August. Since then, he has crossed 50 eight times and the closest he came to ending his wait was in Sydney, scoring 89.

“Expectations are high,” former India batter Mohammed Kaif told during an interaction while responding to a query on Kohli’s wait for a century.“Getting hundreds in a Test is a task, a tough task. Kohli is among those (batters) who are doing it easily. The benchmark (he has set for himself) is very high. But I have got no doubts, he will come back strongly. Not that he’s not been scoring runs. He’s getting set and it’s just a matter of time (before the wait ends),” Kaif said.

Considered one of his greatest time Cricketer with 8,586 runs from 104 Test matches, Sehwag chose the occasion of his 37th birthday.

Sehwag, who last played for India in 2013, remains the only Indian batsman to score a triple century in a Test match, having done so twice against Pakistan and South Africa. So, his expectations raise high upon seeing the same urge in the students of India for scoring a perfect 100 percentile and compares it with the never losing potential Batsman Virat Kohli.