Indian cricket team captain Virat Kohli has made a special record in the second innings of the Oval Test against England. Before Kohli, only two former legends Sachin Tendulkar and Rahul Dravid have been able to do this.
In fact, Kohli has become the third Indian player to score 1000 runs at home against England in Tests. In the fourth Test against England, Kohli faced 96 balls and scored 44 runs. In such a situation, it can be said that Kohli, who is continuously missing his century, has made a new record even in this bad phase.
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Sachin is at the first position in terms of scoring the most runs against England in Tests. He has scored 1575 runs against this opposition team in 17 matches at an average of 54.31, which includes 8 fifties and 4 centuries.
At the same time, Rahul Dravid of India is in second place in this matter. Dravid has played 13 Test matches in England in which he scored 1376 runs at an average of 68.80.
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During this, this great batsman of India also scored a total of 6 centuries and 4 fifties. Dravid’s highest score in this format on England soil is 217 runs.
At the same time, this Test series against England is currently tied at 1-1.