Cricket Buzz – Virat Kohli hammered his 6th Test Double Ton at Feroz Shah Kotla


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As per the Cricket Buzz and Virat Kohli News , the Captain of the Indian cricket team Virat Kohli has hit a total of 6 double Test centuries since he made his debut way back in 2008 , this guy is really becoming unstoppable at times

The quality of shots he play is totally unbelievable and he designs his shots in such a manner that it looks so adorable , Virat kohli has scored consecutive double ton against Australia and missing out to the 300 marks which could also have been possible with this person in the field 

Indian captain Virat Kohli at the age of 29 is already a modern great. A quick look at his numbers and the first thing you will notice is that average of 52.86 in T20 Internationals. He is the only active cricketer who can boast of a 50-plus average in the shortest format of the game. In 55 matches, the right-handed batsman has piled up close to 2000 runs.

Hence, Kohli is not just ahead of his competitors but has also gone past many greats of the game. At 29, the passionate cricketer has many more years of cricket left in him and only time will tell his numbers as we keep a count.

As per the Virat Kohli News the Indian Captain Himself now shares the record for most number of double centuries with the Caribbean legend Brain Lara, it is definitely a day to cherish upon for the man in form Virat Kohli

Virat Kohli is enjoying the form he is in and it is not even effecting his game through any format , he always remains hungry to score runs and contribute to his team as much he can , the Indian captain Virat Kohli is touching heights as of now

Cricket Buzz states that He is the only captain in the history of Indian cricket to have such a massive record to his name and third in the world cricket to do so , he played a mighty knock of 213 runs with a healthy strike rate of 80 and that too in the third day of the Nagpur test  

And yesterday at Feroz Shah Kotla stadium he smashed a hammering 243 runs and got out in the hands of Sandakan