Virat Kohli, the captain of the Indian cricket team, has made many records at the age of 30.
In the past three-four years, The 30-year-old’s batting level has gone even further. He’s arguably the best batsmen in the world right now.
However, there is one thing which still devastates him.
Kohli, while speaking in a sports chat show, ‘In Depth with Graham Bensinger’, He said that he still regrets failing in mathematics during his school days. The Indian talisman said that he used to get three out of 100 in mathematics in school.
“So in math, we used to have exams and the maximum marks we could get in 100, right. I used to get 3, I was that good. I did not understand, why someone would even want to learn math,” Kohli was quoted as saying.
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He also said that he did not understand the intricacies of mathematics. Kohli even said that he could not understand why anyone wants to study mathematics.
The 30-yar-old further added that he just wanted to get through ‘my 10th-grade exams.’
Kohli also bantered saying that he never worked that hard in cricket the way he did to pass the exam, especially Mathematics.
The skipper also spoke about the difficult journey from India u-19’s to the first team.
Recently, Kohli-led Team India marked the start of the Test Championship with a 2-0 clean sweep over the West Indies.
Team India’s next challenge comes in the form of a formidable South African side, who will be in India later this month for a 3-match T20I and 3-match Test series.
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