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Several records are broken by Virat Kohli during his marathon innings against Australia in the fourth test.


After more than three years, former India captain Virat Kohli finally reached his 28th Test century on Sunday. On Day 4 of the current fourth Test match of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy series against Australia, Kohli accomplished the milestone. For the first time in 1205 days, Kohli’s Test score touched the triple digits. 2019 saw him score his final Test century against Bangladesh. Kohli managed to end with a score of 186 from 364 balls after hammering a century in India’s opening innings of the game. In the day’s final session, Todd Murphy eventually fired him.

In the fourth Test, Kohli smashed several records

Kohli broke numerous records in the game’s longest format with his century. As of this point in the World Test Championship, Kohli has scored more runs for India than anyone else. Now, the 34-year-old has 1803 runs from 31 games, averaging 36.79. In the match against Australia, Kohli also recorded his greatest individual score in Test cricket. Currently, Kohli has scored the most runs for India in the Border-Gavaskar Trophy. In four games, he has scored 297 runs at an average of 49.50. Earlier, Kohli surpassed Sachin Tendulkar to tie Sunil Gavaskar’s record for the joint-fewest tons scored by an Indian player against Australia.

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