Virat Kohli scored his 500th match for India with his 76th international century in the second Test against West Indies in Trinidad. Kohli scored 121 runs in the first innings after the hosts elected to bowl and scored India’s total of 438 runs. Kohli looked in good touch before unfortunately getting run out. The former India captain, who made his Test debut during the 2011 tour of the West Indies, has surpassed batting legend Brian Lara in the list of players with the most centuries. 4.
Kohli is ranked fourth behind Sachin Tendulkar, Jacques Kallis and Mahela Jayawardena respectively.
With India leading the two-match series 1-0, Kohli is enjoying his time in the Caribbean.
In a recent viral video, Kohli was seen showing off his dance moves while munching on pancakes ahead of the start of the third day of play.
West Indies were 229/5 at the close of play on Saturday, with Alik Athanase (37*) and Jason Holder (11*) unbeaten.
In reply to India’s first innings score of 438, West Indies were 229 for five at the end of Day 3.
Craig Brathwaite’s innings of 75 epitomized the hosts’ defensive approach.
Facing 235 balls, the hosts spent nearly five hours at the crease, hitting five fours and a six to hit back at a familiar foe.
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