Team India captain Virat Kohli has made a big statement in the press conference against Australia in Chennai. Virat Kohli has said that he does not play cricket only for his century but plays to win the team.
Virat Kohli said that I do not think about my century while playing, that's why most of the times I cross the three-digit figure during the play. So I do not put myself under pressure. For me, winning the match is crucial for the team.
28-year-old Virat Kohli has 47 centuries in international cricket. Virat Kohli has made 17 centuries in Test cricket, while Kohli has made his two consecutive centuries in the one-day series against Sri Lanka has equaled Australia's former world champion captain Ricky Ponting.
There are speculations that Virat Kohli will leave behind records of Ricky Ponting's centuries in ODI series against Australia, but he believes in winning the team more than individual records.
Kohli said, "I am not out on 98 or 99, I have no problem because all my focus is on winning the team". In the meantime, to get more runs on the board or to bat first, I have to score a hundred. Kohli said, when you play, you want to stay until the end to win your team. At that time, our focus is not on records