India VS Sri Lanka Day 2: Virat Kohli left behind Brian Lara with sixth Test double century as captain


India and Sri Lanka last test match is being played at the Ferozeshah Kotla Stadium in Delhi today. The Indian cricket team ended the game at a score of 536-7 by winning the toss firstly. Captain Virat Kohli showed great performance by clinching 243 runs in the 1st innings of game. On the other hand, Sri Lanka is currently playing at a score of 27/2 in 7th over.

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On the second day of game, Virat Kohli started the game at runs of 156 and finished his sixth double double century. The champion has left West Indies legend Brian Lara’s world record of double centuries.

Batsman Virat Kohli once again clinched double century in the test match today after scoring double century in Nagpur. The Indian legend has set a record of 52nd international century. Prior, Virat had scored 213 runs in the Nagpur Test and 104 runs in the Kolkata Test.

Prior, Virat had clinched three centuries (115, 141, 147) against Australia in year 2014-15, and now in 2017-18, he scored three consecutive centuries (104 *, 213, 100 *) against Sri Lanka.

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The Indian team’s eye is continuously on making the world record by conquering the ninth Test series. This win against Sri Lanka Virat will definitely make him India’s second most successful captain.