Virat Kohli would have been perturbed by his previous record before coming into England's tour this year. With scores of 1, 8, 25, 0, 39, 28, 0,7, 6 and 20 in the five Tests of the England Tour 2014, Virat averaged 13.50 in his ten innings.
But the 29-year-old came back as an improved cricketer. He not only led India to an impressive win in Trent Bridge, the Indian captain also bettered his hideous looking figures in English conditions.
Kohli has scored two tons and two half-centuries in this series till now. He averages 73.33 in six innings with 440 runs. The Indian stalwart had missed out a century in the third Test by just three runs.
India and England will face each other for the fourth Test at The Rose Bowl in Southampton and former England captain Michael Vaughan believes another century coming up from Kohli's bat.
When asked on Twitter about the likelihood of another hundred from the modern batting great, Vaughan replied, "highly likely."