Cricket News : When it rains from the bat of Virat Kohli, then the records are broken. On Sunday, another new record has been added to the World Test Championship (WTC) in the name of Kohli, who ended the 40-month Test century drought in Test cricket.
On the fourth day of the fourth and final Test match of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy, he played a marathon inning of 186 runs, making him the highest run-scorer for India in both seasons of the WTC so far.
Kohli has played 31 Test matches in WTC so far. During this, he has scored 1,803 runs in 52 Test innings at an average of 37. Along with this, this right-handed batsman has left behind the captain of the Indian team, Rohit Sharma. Rohit has 1,794 runs in his name.
Virat koli most runs in WTC
The final match of the second season of WTC will be played at The Oval from June 7 to 11 this year.
In the history of WTC, Kohli has so far scored three centuries and eight half-centuries. Meanwhile, his highest score is 254 not out.
At the same time, Rohit has scored at an average of 53 in 36 Test innings of WTC. He has scored six centuries and four half centuries. 34-year-old Kohli has now scored 8416 runs in 183 innings of 108 Tests.
He has 28 centuries and as many half-centuries in his name. At the same time, Rohit has scored 3379 runs in 83 innings of 49 matches with the help of nine centuries and 14 half-centuries.
The Indian batsman Virat Kohli scored the most runs in WTC. Complete information has been given in this article, you can inewkhusi.com to read every latest news of the sports world. Here you will get all the cricket news that you want to know.
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