6 Virat kohli Records Broken by Kohli as Captain Across All Formats

Latest Cricket news: After India vanquished Australia in the primary ODI by 26 keeps running in Chennai on Sunday, captain Virat Kohli had another record to his name.

 

This time, he outperformed MS Dhoni's record of driving India to 10 continuous triumphs over all arrangements.

 

Kohli had recorded his ninth successive win as Indian chief after the group clean cleared Sri Lanka far from home and that in the books of Virat Kohli Records.

 

The Delhi batsman turned into a full-time Test commander mid 2015 and was thusly given the captaincy of the shorter configurations in January this year.

 

In a limited capacity to focus time, Virat Kohli has effectively broken six records as the Indian skipper and made it Virat Kohli Records.

 

1. Speediest to 10 Test Centuries Among Indian Captains-Virat Kohli records.

 

At the point when Virat Kohli indented 103* in the main Test against Sri Lanka in July, the 28-year-old turned into the quickest to score 10 Test a very long time as India's commander.

 

The Delhi batsman took only 44 innings to get to the point of interest, in front of the following best Indian – Sunil Gavaskar by 8 innings.

 

Australia's Sir Donald Bradman drives the rundown with 26 innings.

 

2. Most Double Hundreds as India's Test Captain-Virat Kohli records

 

Virat Kohli turned into the primary Indian skipper to score a twofold century in 84 years, when he indented his lady 200 in West Indies in 2016.

 

Much to our dismay that the run machine would score a twofold century in each of the following three Test arrangement, making it four twofold centuries as commander.

 

He by and by holds the record of the most twofold centuries scored by an Indian chief.

 

Brian Lara has scored the most twofold centuries (5) as Test skipper.

 

3. Quickest to 1,000 Runs as ODI Captain-Virat Kohli records

 

Virat Kohli turned into the quickest to score 1,000 keeps running as an ODI commander in the third ODI against England in January, prior this year.

 

Amid his innings of 55 keeps running off 63 balls, Kohli achieved the 1,000-run check in 17 innings.

 

He went past AB de Villiers' record of 18 innings.

 

4. Most Consecutive Wins as Indian Captain-Virat Kohli records

 

Virat Kohli has constantly talked about keeping up the power in each match, regardless of the possibility that it's a dead elastic. India demonstrated that they have become tied up with the commander's thought when they whitewashed Sri Lanka in all configurations.

 

India initially won the Test arrangement 3-0, at that point ODI arrangement 5-0 and afterward the solitary T20 too. In the wake of returning home, India devastated Australia too in the main ODI, making it 10 wins on the jog.

 

5. Captained India to Its Most Consecutive Test Series Wins-Virat Kohli records

 

Appropriate from the time Virat Kohli captained India for a full Test arrangement, India haven't lost a solitary rivalry in the five-day design.

 

In the wake of losing the main Test in Galle in August 2015, Kohli and his group turned the arrangement around to win 2-1.

 

Since that arrangement, India have beaten South Africa, West Indies, New Zealand, England, Bangladesh, Australia and Sri Lanka.

 

Just Australia and England have all the more successive Test arrangement wins (9).

 

6. Driven India to Its Longest Unbeaten Streak in Tests-Virat Kohli records

 

At the point when India beat England by an innings and 75 keeps running in the fifth Test in December a year ago, India recorded their longest unbeaten streak – 18 matches, going past their prior record of 17 matches.

 

The 17-coordinate unbeaten streak was recorded between September 1985 and March 1987.

 

India recorded one more Test win (against Bangladesh), before losing to Australia in February this year.

 

The unbeaten streak started in Sri Lanka in August 2015.

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