Monday, March 13, 2023

Virat Kohli beats Australia in Ahmedabad with the greatest Test score

Virat Kohli registers highest Test score against Australia in Ahmedabad

Delhi, India: Star Indian player Virat Kohli on Sunday enrolled his most elevated Grade against Australia during the fourth and last Test at the Narendra Modi Arena in Ahmedabad.

"King" Kohli surpassed his previous best of 169 against Australia in 2014 at the MCG. This was his first Test century in more than three years.

Batting maestro Kohli's innings at long last finished at the score of 186 in mission of his eighth twofold ton as he was losing accomplices rapidly at the opposite end. Kohli was bowled out for the fourth time in the series by offspinner Todd Murphy.

With 170 runs, Virat Kohli achieves his highest score against Australia. Live - #INDvAUS... — BCCI (@BCCI) 1678615841000 Kohli resumed on 59 after reaching his first Test half-century on Day 3 since January 2022. With a single off Nathan Lyon, Kohli broke his long run of not scoring a century. His knock of 241 balls included only five boundaries.
Before kissing his wedding ring on his chain and gazing up at the sky, the 34-year-old Kohli gave subtly acknowledged the crowd and the dressing room.

@imVkohli's incredible innings come to an end. He departs for 186 runs. #INDvAUS #TeamIndia — BCCI (@BCCI) 1678619099000 The former Indian captain has scored 75 centuries across all three international formats and has a Test average of over 48 in 108 matches since making his debut in 2011.

In a day-and-night match at Kolkata's Eden Gardens in November 2019, Kohli scored his previous Test hundred against Bangladesh.

Sachin Tendulkar has 51 Test century records for India, followed by Rahul Dravid's 36 and Sunil Gavaskar's 34. Kohli is fourth on that list.

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