Kohli Scored Double After the Failure in England Four Years Ago, Scored 15 Hundreds With 6 Double Centuries.
In 2016 India against England, Kohli scored two centuries and two half-centuries in five Tests. Virat Kohli will captain the Test Team for the first time in England. Eight players in Team India will play Test in England for the first time.
The first match of the five-Test series between India and England will be in Birmingham from Wednesday. The last series in this format between the two countries was done in 2014. Virat Kohli was able to score a total of 134 runs. This was his worst performance on foreign land. By the end of the series, he had scored 1,855 runs in 29 Test matches with the help of six centuries and average was 38.64. However, after that, he played 37 Tests and scored 3,699 runs at an average of 63.77. During this time, he scored 15 Hundreds. These include six double Centuries.
In the 2014 Series, England’s fast bowler James Anderson knocked out Kohli four times in 10 innings. Stuart Broad and Chris Jordan 2-2 times, Liam Plunkett and Moin Ali 1-1 times. Kohli could not even reach the tenth figure. In just one out of five matches, he touched the tenth figure in both innings. In the first innings of the third Test played at Southampton, he scored 39 and 28 in the second innings.
The last time in India Tour of England, India lost 1-3 in the series. Murali Vijay scored the maximum of 402 runs and Ajinkya Rahane scored 299 runs. This time there are eight players in the team who will play Tests for the first time in England. Among them are Lokesh Rahul, Hardik Pandya, Kuldeep Yadav, Umesh Yadav, Shardul Thakur, Karun Nair, Rishabh Pant and Jaspreet Bumrah. Dinesh Karthik, who was part of this team, went on a tour of England in 2007. Then he scored 263 runs in three matches.