Virat Kohli’s century against Afghanistan in the Asia Cup 2022 was given as a question in the class 9 English exam. The test paper is getting viral over the internet. Fans react as the 9th Standard exam asks a question about Virat Kohli’s long-awaited 71st International ton.
The modern master Virat Kohli is now an icon in India already. He is widely popular all over the world and his Instagram followers list is an example of it. Kohli has slowly emerged as the biggest face of cricket in the modern era.
Virat Kohli’s 71st century against Afghanistan creating buzz till now
Virat Kohli reached 70 centuries at a rapid pace but his caravan got stuck at that point. The player waited for almost 2 years for his 71st century which came in the most unexpected way.
Until the game against Afghanistan, Virat Kohli didn’t have a single T20 international century on his name. After a poor performance in the Asia Cup 2022, India was playing Afghanistan in the last game of their campaign.
India batted first in a dead rubber and Kohli decided to open the innings. The former Indian captain was in full flow since the ball one. KL Rahul and Virat Kohli made a solid opening stand of 119 runs. Virat Kohli made an amazing 122 off 61 balls and put an end to the long wait for the 71st Century.
Fans react as the 9th Standard exam asks a question about Virat Kohli
His 71st century got so much attention that a school gave a question in the English exam for class 9th about that innings.
In the question, a picture was given in which Virat Kohli was celebrating his century against Afghanistan in Asia Cup 2022. The students were asked to define that picture in a 100-120 words paragraph.
A question for the English exam of 9th Standard.
Showing the picture from the hundred of Virat Kohli against Afghanistan in the Asia Cup. pic.twitter.com/j2bhv6p1pu
— Johns. (@CricCrazyJohns) March 25, 2023
Cricket lovers have made the picture of that question paper viral on the internet. Some of the fans even said that the boys would absolutely love that question and will write more than asked.
While some of the fans liked the idea of the school giving a question related to Kohli’s historical landmark while a large number of people criticized it.
A user on Twitter gave a logical argument against the controversial question in the 9th standard English exam.
Manish Rao (Twitter user) said “Wonder what a child would write, mean, they have to write on the image, and not about the person. Would it be something like: seems, the bearded( one word extra) guy plays cricket, represents the national team, perhaps has achieved a milestone, hence seems happy. What else?”