Virat created a record in the worst form of his career, players like Sachin-Rohit were also left behind
IND vs AUS: Even though Virat’s bat is not working against Australia, but he has still made a big record in his name.
Image Source: GETTY Virat Kohli
IND vs AUS: The Indian cricket team is currently fighting against Australia in the last match of the Border-Gavaskar series. In the first two matches of this series, Team India defeated Australia unilaterally. But in the third Test, the game turned and Team India had to face defeat. Now the eyes are on the fourth and last Test. Team India’s veteran player Virat Kohli’s bat has not been able to run in this entire series. But despite this, Virat took a big record in his name.
Kohli’s ‘Virat‘ record
Virat Kohli had batted brilliantly against Sri Lanka and New Zealand and scored stormy centuries, but he has not been able to score a century in Test matches for the last three years. But Virat has made a big record in fielding. Virat has now become the first player to take 300 catches in international cricket. He is only the second Indian to do so. Before him, Rahul Dravid scored 300 runs in international cricket. Kohli now has 300 catches in 494 matches.
Players with the most catches in international cricket:
- Mahela Jayawardene (Sri Lanka) – 440 catches
- Rahul Dravid (India) – 419 catches
- Jacques Kallis (South Africa) – 338 catches
- Ricky Ponting (Australia) – 332 catches
- Mark Waugh (Australia) – 283 catches
- AB de Villiers (South Africa) – 249 catches
- Stephen Fleming (New Zealand) – 227 catches
- Shivnarine Chanderpaul (West Indies) – 225 catches
- Sourav Ganguly (India) – 224 catches
- Brian Lara (West Indies) – 202 catches
- Ross Taylor (New Zealand) – 200 catches
- Jonty Rhodes (South Africa) – 196 catches
- Kumar Sangakkara (Sri Lanka) – 191 catches
- Steve Smith (Australia) – 187 catches
- Inzamam-ul-Haq (Pakistan) – 186 catches
- Chris Gayle (West Indies) – 185 catches
- Adam Gilchrist (Australia) – 181 catches
- Graeme Smith (South Africa) – 169 catches
- Sanath Jayasuriya (Sri Lanka) – 165 catches
- Saeed Anwar (Pakistan) – 160 catches
India is in trouble due to the Green-Khwaja game
The fourth match of the four-match Test series is being played between India and Australia. The two-day game of this match is over. In the first innings, the Australian team put 480 runs on the board. Usman Khawaja played an inning of 180 runs for Australia. At the same time, Cameron Green also scored 114 runs. Ravichandran Ashwin took 6 wickets from India. After this, Team India also scored 36 runs without any loss before the end of the day. Captain Rohit Sharma returned unbeaten after scoring 17 and Shubman Gill 18 runs.