Virat breaks 16 year old record on Day 2 of test match against Australia
December 28, 2018
The second day of the ongoing third test between Australia and India saw some very exciting moments.
India ended the innings at 443/7 with a second hundred of the series by Cheteshwar Pujara. It was also the 17th century in Test cricket for Pujara.
Virat Kohli's wicket went down at 82 runs and was taken by Mitchell Starc.
Virat missed out on making a century but broke a 16-year-old record held by former Indian batsman Rahul Dravid.
Virat Kohli became the highest Indian run-getter in overseas Tests in a calendar. The record set by Dravid earlier was for 1 137 runs scored in 2002 and virat went beyond the run count setting a new record of 1138.
The match day ended yesterday at 8/0 for Australia and the game will continue today.
Abhishek Deyâ€ @Abhishe55938529 tweeted,"Replying to @CricketNetwork Pujara, the greatest clammy batsman in world.. Again he showed his beauty wow!!!"
Abhishek kumar Rayâ€ @Abhishek181284 wrote, " Replying to @ICC #ViratKohli is records breaker... great to see how he plays all format's of cricket with great control and compose."