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Virat Kohli has reached the 29th century in the longest format of cricket, Test. On day 2 against West Indies, Virat Kohli got his ton, his last century on the international ground was in the 2018 in Australian tour. He then scored 123 in second innings.
West Indies first inning is the 500th international match of Virat Kohli and now he is one among the four Indian players – followed by Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid and Mahendra Singh Dhoni. Kohli is now the fifth-highest run-getter.
Virat Kohli is one of the elite players and stands in the fourth position. He crossed Sachin Tendulkar’s record in 2013. Kohli is now trailed by Sachin Tendulkar, Jacques Kallis and Mahela Jayawardene.
Brain Lara retired at no 4 and Kohli surpassed him on a day 2 match with West Indies. On second test match West Indies trail by 352 runs and by the end day 2 West Indies closed at 81/1.