Virat Kohli on Friday scored his fourth double century for India against Bangladesh in Hyderabad and became the first player to score double tons in four consecutive Test series. He also became the second captain to score four double centuries for his country.
Kohli was unbeaten on 111 on Thursday and on Friday, he continued the same way. Kohli overtook Virender Sehwag as the top scorer in a single home season for India. Sehwag had scored 1105 runs in the 2004/05.
During India’s 2-1 win over the West Indies, he scored 200 in the first Test, against New Zealand at Indore, his 211 made it easier for India to do a 3-0 clean sweep, Kohli stroked his way to an epic 235, in the fourth Test of the 4-0 win over England.
At the start of the 126th over, Taijul Islam got the wicket of Virat Kohl and he scored 204 runs. On day one, Murali Vijay scored a century and on day two Ajinkiya Rahane scored 82 and both these players have supported Kohli very well and India marches towards a big first inning score.
Only Don Bradman and Rahul Dravid had scored three double hundreds in three successive Test series.
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