Kohli scores his first Test century in England

Birmingham (United Kingdom) – India skipper Virat Kohli finished an outstanding individual point of reference at Edgbaston on Thursday when he scored his first Test hundred in England.

Kohli, one of the remarkable batsmen of his age, oversaw only 134 keeps running in five Tests at a normal of 13.4 on his lady voyage through England four years prior.

In any case, the now 29-year-old India captain outperformed that aggregate in one innings amid the second day’s play of the arrangement opener at Edgbaston.

Kohli was on 97 when No 11 Umesh Yadav exited to bat, with India 217 for nine in answer to England’s first innings 287.

However, a late cut four off all-rounder Ben Stokes, his fourteenth limit in 172 balls, saw Kohli to a 22nd Test hundred in what is the first of a five-coordinate arrangement.

Nonetheless, England slip defender Dawid Malan dropped Kohli twice, on 21 and 51, with James Anderson and Stokes the unfortunate bowlers.

Kohli at that point beat his 2014 arrangement add up to in the one thump with a two off leg-spinner Adil Rashid.

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