Virat Kohli became the second fastest batsman to get to the landmark of 24 Test centuries. Kohli reached the milestone in just 123 innings as he continued his domination in the cricket world. Meanwhile, Sir Don Bradman is the quickest to reach to the 24 Test hundreds as the legendary batsman had got there in just 66 innings.
Meanwhile, India’s legendary batsman Sachin Tendulkar is now the third fastest to the personal record. The Master Blaster had scaled 24 centuries in 125 Test innings. On the other hand, Sunil Gavaskar reached the milestone in 128 innings. Tendulkar went on score 51 Test hundreds whereas Sunil Gavaskar scored 34 Test hundreds.
Kohli continues to rewrite the record books.
Australian southpaw batsman Matthew Hayden is the fifth quickest as the opener got there in 132 innings. Meanwhile, Kohli also went past the record of Virender Sehwag who had scored 23 Test hundreds for India.
On the other hand, Virat Kohli batted with ease against the depleted Windies side. Kohli concentrated more on picking up the singles with a spread field. In fact, the Indian skipper scored only seven boundaries in his fine knock. Thus, Kohli ran the majority of his runs in singles and doubles.
Meanwhile, Kohli was well supported by Rishabh Pant who scored a blistering 92 off just 84 balls. The combative batsman scored eight fours and four sixes in his knock.
Thus, India has strengthened their grip on the match as they are currently batting on 506-5. Kohli is still unbeaten on 120 and he was given a life by Devendra Bishoo when he was dropped on 114 runs.
Subsequently, India will look to continue their domination against the Windies side. The visitors didn’t have any kind of plans against the Indian juggernauts as Virat Kohli and Pant continued to dictate terms to them.