IND vs WI 2nd Test | Kane Williamson’s ‘this’ record in danger today in IND vs WI 2nd Test, Virat Kohli can break this record

Vinay Kumar Today is the second day of the second Test (IND vs WI 2nd Test) match between India and West Indies. Batting first, India scored 288* for 4 wickets at the end of the first day’s play. At the crease, Virat Kohli (Virat Kohli) 87 * runs and Ravindra Jadeja (Ravindra Jadeja) 36 * runs will take the field this evening at 7:30 pm Indian time. Today, if Virat Kohli stays on the pitch, he can beat New Zealand’s dashing batsman Kane Williamson. Today, Virat Kohli’s century will be completed after scoring 13 runs and if this happens, he will go ahead of Kane Williamson in terms of scoring the most centuries in Test cricket. Two to three records have already been added to his name on the first day of the match. On Thursday, July 20, Virat Kohli played his 500th match in international cricket as soon as he entered the field. With this, playing in India’s 100th Test match against the West Indies became a record. Apart from this, he also became the first batsman in the world to score 50 or 50+ runs in the 500th international cricket match. With his 87 * score on the first day, Virat Kohli (25,548 * runs) overtook South African batsman Jacques Kallis (25,534 runs) to become the 5th highest run-getter in international cricket. Virat Kohli also became the 10th player in the world and the 4th player in India to play 500 or 500+ international matches. Also read If today, on the second day of West Indies vs India 2nd Test Match, 2023, Virat Kohli manages to score a century, he will leave behind Kane Williamson. Records show that Virat Kohli is currently at the 18th position with 28 centuries and Kane Williamson is at the 17th position in terms of scoring the most centuries in Test cricket. Both the batsmen currently have 28-28 centuries in Test cricket. As soon as 13 runs are scored today, Virat Kohli will have 29 centuries in his name and he will leave Williamson at number 17. Remind you that after a long gap of about 3 years in November 2019, Virat Kohli scored a century with the bat in the Test match played against Australia at the Narendra Modi Stadium on 9 March 2023. After that it will be a fresh century if he manages to score 13 more runs today.

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