3. Hit T20I century
Indian captain Virat Kohli is the arguably the best batsman in all three formats. He is the only player who has a phenomenal batting average of 50+ across formats. He is one of the very few batsmen in the present era who scores runs on a consistent basis.
However, he is yet to score a T20I century in his international career. Having played as many as 85 games, the right-handed batsman scored 2928 runs with a batting average of 50.5. He registered his personal best score of 94* against West Indies.
He scored as many as 25 half-centuries in the shortest format of the game. However, scoring a century in T20Is would be his dream. If India loses wickets early on in the innings, there is a great chance for Kohli to score his maiden hundred.