Super Solo Effort By Kohli Against England Keeps India In The Game On A Thrilling Day 2 At Edgbaston

Yes, Virat Kohli has yet again proved that he is among the amazing players of this era! Well. he has shut the mouth of those so-called critics who used to criticize him and mock his failures in 2014 England test series.

Well, the young Indian skipper gave such a brilliant performance at Edgbaston and celebrated his century in such a way as if he wanted to challenge his oppositions all over the world and say, “I don’t know who you are I don’t know where you are but I will find you and I will score a century against your team!”

Here’s, how Kohli roared and celebrated his maiden test century in England. Indeed, it was one of the sensational knock by the Delhi batsman.

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Further, with this century Virat Kohli became the only player after Cricket God Sachin Tendulkar to score a century in Edgbaston. Moreover, it was his 15th century as a captain and 22nd of his whole career.

Say what we caught Anushka Sharma cheering on from the stands when the legend kissed his wedding ring on his century.  it was perfect Virushka moment of yesterday’s match,

Check out how Kohli dedicated his marvellous innings to his wife Anushka Sharma:

Kohli dominated on 2nd day at Edgbaston as Indian team Scored 274 on Day 2 in reply to England’s 287. It was not easy for Kohli and Co. as wickets kept on falling at one point when India was 169-7 and everyone thought that India will again face a huge humiliation when Kohli said ‘enough is enough and displayed his cricket intelligence smashing some stylish attacking shots to destroy the England bowling attack.

Moreover, the Indian run-machine batted for nearly 5 hours and faced 225 balls, smashing 22 fours and a six before the leggie Adil Rashid finally got him for 149.

For England, left-arm pacer Sam Curran starred with the figures of 4-74.

At the end of Day 2, India’s finest bowler R Ashwin took the wicket of Alastair Cook as England stands 9-1 at stumps on Day 2 after taking a 13-run lead.

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During the 1990s, teams outside the subcontinent believed in one-line theory- “Get Tendulkar, Get India.” It seems that we are back in those days again just that Tendulkar is now replaced by Kohli.

We are proud of our King Kohli also we believe that Virat is now on the path of becoming a legend.

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