Kohli hits Double Ton, India pass 500 against Bangladesh
Indian skipper Virat Kohli became the first cricketer in the history of Test Cricket to hit double hundred in four consecutive test series. He broke the record of Sir Don Bradman and Rahul Dravid, who had scored double tons in 3 consecutive series.
While playing only Test match against Bangladesh in Hydrabad, Kohli scored his 4th double hundred and got out for 204 on the second day. Although the LBW decision was little harsh, Kohli erred by not going for a review. He was happy to go after accomplishing his task.
Along the way, Kohli also snatched the record for most Test runs in a home season from his former colleague Virender Sehwag.
India were 523/5 when reports last received. Ajinkaya Rahane was out for 82. Earlier yesterday, Vijay scored 108, while Pujara made 83.