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ICC T20 World Cup 2024 Final – how many runs can Virat Kohli score?

With questions surrounding Kohli’s future in limited-overs cricket, Al Jazeera looks back at the icon’s greatest knocks.

Rohit Sharma has led India’s charge into the ICC T20 World Cup final with his role as the team’s leader on the field and with the bat, but it is their former captain Virat Kohli who remains in the spotlight, albeit for different reasons.

The 35-year-old, who has has played in 529 matches for India since his debut in 2008 and scored nearly 29,000 runs across all formats, has been a shadow of himself during this tournament.

Kohli finds himself in an unusual scenario, with his place in the Indian team in question. India’s second highest run-scorer in T20 internationals [110 runs behind leading scorer Rohit], has only managed 75 runs in his seven innings in the tournament, with a top score of 37 against Bangladesh.

While his place in India’s line-up for the final will not be under any doubt, it remains to be seen if the match and, indeed, the final could be his last hurrah in an ICC Cricket World Cup.

Kohli’s brilliance has dragged India from despair to elation on countless occasions. Now, with one of the game’s greatest ever batters facing a lean patch, can his teammates return the favour on Saturday?

We take a look back at five of his finest limited-over moments on the global stage that cemented his image an icon of the game:

Three years after his international debut against Sri Lanka in a one-day international (ODI), Kohli was a 50-over Cricket World Cup winner with India at the 2011 tournament on home soil. The then-22-year-old Kohli lined up alongside Sachin Tendulkar, MS Dhoni and, the top scorer in the final against Sri Lanka with 97, Gautam Gambhir.

Kohli only managed cameos in the knock-out