Virat Kohli Unique Records: Former Indian captain Virat Kohli’s bat remained calm even in the only Test match being played against England. He was a flop in both the innings of this test. Virat Kohli may have done some special performance in this match, but he completed a unique century in this match. He has made a record in his name which was earlier only in the name of former veteran batsman Sachin Tendulkar.
Virat completed this unique century
Virat Kohli is one of the most successful batsmen of Team India. When he came out to bat in the second innings of this match, he made a special record in his name. This was his 100th innings against England. Virat Kohli became the second Indian batsman to play 100 or more innings against a team in international cricket. Earlier this feat was done only by Sachin Tendulkar.
Sachin did this feat against three teams
Sachin Tendulkar has played 100 or more innings against not one but three teams in international cricket. He played the maximum 144 innings against Australia, he has also played 116 innings against Sri Lanka and Sachin Tendulkar batted in 103 innings against South Africa.
Kohli made this special record
Virat Kohli may be failing in batting, but the process of making records is not stopping. During the fielding of the third day of the Birmingham Test match, Virat Kohli took the catch of England batsman Jonny Bairstow. With this catch, he completed his 50 catches against England. He has become the first player from India to take 50 or more catches against two teams. He has also taken 55 catches against Australia.
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