Virat Kohli equals Sir Don Bradman’s elite record with his century in 2nd test against West Indies in Port of Spain.
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Star Indian Virat Kohli, who is playing in his 500th international matches against West Indies in Port of Spain, made the game more special for him by scoring his 29th Test century on 21st July and made him equal to Sir Don Bradman’s record.
500th International match of Virat Kohli:
Virat Kohli, playing in his 500th International matches against West Indies in Port of Spain, made the moment more special for him by scoring his 76th century at the highest level as an Indian batter across formats.
Virat Kohli reached his 29th red-ball century on 21st July during the monsoon session of the second day’s play at Queen’s Park Oval. He reached the triple-figure mark and was unbeaten at 87 at the close of the first day. He completed his first overseas Test Century in almost five years with a boundary against Jomel Warrican on the second ball of the 91st over of the Indian Innings. It was the 29th time in Test Matches that he managed to score a century, and by this he becomes equal to Sir Don Bradman.
Virat faced a total of 206 deliveries during his stay at the crease in the first innings of the 2nd Test and with the help of 11 boundaries scored 121 runs. He added 159 runs for the fifth wicket with world No. 1 Test all-rounder Ravinder Jadeja (61) to help India bounce back from a mid-innings collapse and post a challenging total of 438 runs in the first innings. Find More Sports News Here