Watching Team India captain Kohli’s 50th century Eden gardens was full of happiness and total India was overjoyed. It’s not a normal century, it consisted of classic shots, beutiful half volleys, amazing cover drives and more. In the second innings of first test against Srilanka Kohli did a wonderful job (104*, 119balls 12 4’s and 2 6’s). This is the 18th test century for Virat, he is breaking records and moving forward.
India scored a massive score in the second innings of the first Test against Sri Lanka at Eden. The second innings was declared at 352/8. With Virat Kohli (104 not out), openers Shikhar Dhawan (94; 116 × 11 × 4, 2 × 6), Lokesh Rahul (79; 125 × 8 × 4). India, who started the game on Monday with an overnight score of 171/1 on the fifth day, lost three key wickets in a short time, Rahul, Pujara (22) and Rahane (0).
Kohli remained steady and played with his swagger, took time and made himself stable and completed his half-century. Then he changed the gear, with his style he played the cover and the sleek shots and had hit the sixers when needed. India finished with 352/8 for 88.4 overs. Kohli, who finished the century with a sixer, immediately declared the innings.