Virat Kohli added yet another feather to his illustrious hat. His record century in the second innings of the third Test against England helped his name to get etched on the honour’s board of Trent Bridge.

It was a classic hundred which completely changed the complexion of the game. The century at Trentbridge is also his second on tour as well. Meanwhile, BCCI shared the picture with the Indian fans.

It feels really good to be on the honours board – Virat Kohli

Speaking of the achievement, Virat Kohli quoted it is a nice feeling to be on the honours board. He added it is special when the effort is recognised and especially coming at a good time for the team.

Virat Kohli, Honours board
Virat Kohli scored 103 at Trentbridge. (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images)

Virat Kohli went on to say it is a nice gesture which helps the individuals to get all those memories to rewind.

He inferred by saying he is proud of being on the honours board but more happier for contributing to the game.

”It feels really good to be on the honours board. Especially when all the efforts are recognised in that way and the team benefiting from the efforts. It feels really better. All these things really didn’t matter but it is a part of the game,” Virat Kohli said to Bcci.tv.

”It is really a nice touch for any player to recollect all the memories on one day being part of the team. I am really proud of that. But, more importantly, as I said, it helped the team to a certain extent and I am very happy about that first,” Virat Kohli concluded.

The last time when a player made his name to the board is Joe Root. He did it in the consecutive years of 2014 and 2015. During 2014, the classy right-handed opener Murali Vijay also found a place alongside Joe Root.

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