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    4 Indian stadiums where Virat Kohli has got out in single digits 5 or more times

    Virat Kohli is considered by many as the biggest name in world cricket. Irrespective of which stadium he is playing, fans support him.

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    Virat Kohli

    Virat Kohli is considered by many as the biggest name in world cricket. Irrespective of which stadium or which city he is playing cricket, fans always show up in huge numbers to cheer for the right-handed batter. He has a crazy fan following in India, and there are cities like Guwahati, where Virat has scored a hundred every time he played ODI cricket at the venue.

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    On the other side, there are also stadiums where Virat has got out in single digits for the most number of times. There are some venues where Kohli has failed more times than he has succeeded. In this listicle now, we will look at four such Indian stadiums.

    (Stats Credit: Shebas)

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    4. Narendra Modi Stadium, Motera, Ahmedabad – 5 times

    Virat Kohli has played at the old Motera Stadium and the newly built Narendra Modi Stadium across all formats of the games. In the matches he has played in Ahmedabad, Kohli has registered scores of less than 10 in five innings of his career.

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    3. Chepauk, Chennai – 5 times

    Kohli has also got out in single digits 5 times while playing at the MA Chidambaram Stadium at Chepauk in Chennai. The conditions at the venue generally assist the spin bowlers, and Kohli has had a hard time on that ground.

    2. IPL home ground of Virat Kohli: Bengaluru – 6 times

    It may surprise a few fans but Kohli has 6 scores of 10 or less when playing at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru. Kohli has played a lot of IPL matches at this stadium, but at the international level, he has had a tough time here.

    1. Virat Kohli has 7 scores of 10 or less at Eden Gardens

    The Indian stadium where Kohli has recorded the highest single digit scores in international cricket is Kolkata’s Eden Gardens. The right-handed batter has seven single digit scores, with the latest one coming against Sri Lanka yesterday.

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