India Vs West Indies 2nd Test Virat Kohli In Stump Mic Said I Am Stealing Doubles Since 2012 Watch Video

India vs West Indies, 2nd Test: The second Test match has started between India and West Indies at Queens Park Oval in Port of Spain. At the end of the first day’s play, the Indian team had scored 288 runs in their first innings at the loss of 4 wickets. In this match too, the opening pair of Rohit and Yashasvi gave a brilliant start to Team India and shared a 139-run partnership for the first wicket. After this, within 43 runs, Team India lost its 4 important wickets. In such a situation, Virat Kohli along with Ravindra Jadeja handled the innings and did not allow any further setback till the end of the day.

By the end of the day’s play, Virat Kohli, playing the 500th match of his international career, had scored 87 runs in 161 balls, including 8 fours. Now on the second day, Kohli will take the field with the intention of ending the wait for his next Test century, which has been going on for a long time.

During the first day’s play, Virat Kohli was seen batting in his old style, in which he is seen running between the wickets and converting 1 into 2 and two into three runs. Meanwhile, a comment by Kohli was also recorded in the stump mic. In this, he is seen telling Windies wicketkeeper Josua de Silva that I have been stealing 2-2 runs like this since 2012.

Kohli became the 5th highest run scorer in world cricket

Virat Kohli also made many new records during his innings of 87 runs on the first day of the second Test. He has become the first player to score a half-century in the 500th international match. Apart from this, now Kohli has reached the 5th position in terms of scoring the most international runs in world cricket.

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