New Delhi: The number '13' is considered by many as the unlucky number. However it may so not be the case with Team India's vice -captain in One Day Internationals (ODIs) Virat Kohli. It took Kohli exactly 13 innings to score a half century in an ODI.
Last time Kohli scored big was against arch rivals Pakistan on 15th February in a World Cup match in which he scored 107 runs. Kohli registered his 34th ODI fifty and finally got the monkey of his back. He made fifty from 64 balls.
Virat Kohli scored 77 runs from 99 balls was caught by David Miller and bowled by Morne Morkel.
He was under immense pressure since he was not able and to contribute significantly to the winning cause for the team for a long time
There were also reports that Virat was not happy with his new batting position at number 4 as Ajinkya Rahane came at number 3. Today however he came to bat at a more familiar position at number three.