New Delhi: It was on June 20, 2011, when current India commander Virat Kohli made his presentation in the longest arrangement of the game.
He made his presentation against West Indies in Kingston, Jamaica. The right-gave batsman didn’t do well with the bat in his first Test as he figured out how to score only 19 runs in the whole match.
He could just score four runs in the primary innings. Kohli came to bat at number five and was sent back to the structure by Fidel Edwards.
In the subsequent innings, the right-gave Kohli scored 15 off 54 balls and was at last excused again by Fidel Edwards.
Eventually India dominated the game by 63 runs. Since his introduction in Test cricket, Kohli has left a colossal blemish on the game.
He has played 92 Tests up until this point, and has figured out how to score 27 centuries at a normal of 52.37.
Kohli scored 254 against South Africa in Pune in 2019 and this is his most noteworthy Test score up until now.
The correlation among Kohli and Sachin Tendulkar is likewise expanding and many have picked the current Indian chief to break the record set by Tendulkar.
Kohli is at present at the fourth situation in the Test rankings. Kohli on Saturday arrived at the 7,500-run mark in the longest configuration of the game.
He accomplished this accomplishment in the last of the continuous World Test Championship (WTC) against New Zealand. Kohli crossed this figure on the second day of the current Test match.
Kohli has now become the 10th quickest batsman to cross the 7500-run mark in Test cricket. He is the fourth quickest player among Indian cricketers to accomplish this accomplishment.
Kohli, alongside India’s extraordinary Sunil Gavaskar, took 154 innings to score 7500 runs in the longest organization, while Sachin Tendulkar took 144 innings to accomplish the accomplishment.