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Ind vs Eng 1st Test: Virat Kohli just a century away from becoming captain with most 100s in history of cricket

  • Feb 01, 2021
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India Test Series Against England - Virat Kohli on the cusp of biggest hitting record in history:After a successful tour of Australia, India will host England in a four-match IND VS ENG Test series, starting on February 5 with the captain of India on the cusp of one of the biggest records in cricket. Virat Kohli could become a leader with most horns under his belt. Just imagine, in the entire sport of cricket, no captain has accomplished what Virat was ready to achieve by scoring a hundred more throughout the series.Virat Kohli is on the cusp of a great record: Most centuries as a captain in international cricketVirat Kohli needs a hundred to outrun Ricky Ponting and become the captain with the most international centuries. Ponting and Virat Kohli are currently tied at the top of the list with 41 international hundreds each as a leader.Virat Kohli - 41 centuries (191 entries)Ricky Ponting - 41 centuries (376 entries)Virat Kohli on the cusp of a great record: a summary of Kohli's centuries as captain against EnglandFrom 41 centuries of Kohli as sponsors, 20 came from red cricket, while the remaining 21 came from ODIS.Virat Kohli won 5 centuries against England in tests, of which 4 became a patron. Let's do a quick summary(Visakhapatnam, 2016) - 167Virat Kohli scored his first test ton against the Three Lions in Vishakapatnam in 2016. The Indian captain scored 167 deft hits as the Men in Blue scored a massive win over 246 times.(Mumbai, 2016) - 235Virat Kohli continued to shine in the series, achieving a double century, and was one of India's leading architects, beating England 4-0 in the 5-match Test Series.(Birmingham, 2018) - 149The third tonne came from Kohli as captain against the Three Lions in Birmingham in 2018. Dynamo batting to 149 but to no avail as England triumphed by winning 31 times.(Nottingham, 2018) - 103After falling 2--0 in a five-match Test series, Virat Kohli played a captain's hit to divert India's fortunes. Kohli achieved an extravagant 103 in the second half to keep India alive in the series and scored a complete win in 203 rounds.Also Read: Virat Kohli Net Worth 2020 | Salary, Income, Cars, Bikes, Endorsements

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India vs England: BCCI green-signals 50 percent capacity in Stands for 2nd Test

  • Feb 02, 2021
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Chennai: The second test between India and England at MA Chidambaram, which will take place from 13-17 February, is ready for fans to enter the stadium and has filled 50% of the seating capacity. The Tamil Nadu Cricket Association (TNCA) received the green light from BCCI on Monday.The opening test will continue to be held behind closed doors, but players from India and England can expect fans to cheer them up on the field from the second Test onwards."The Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry informed us that the fans can participate in the second round. We are awaiting official confirmation. The first round will be held behind closed doors. It is too late to make arrangements for the first round," said the TNCA secretary. RS Ramasaamy told on Monday.The Ministry of Sports decision to allow fans to enter stadiums for outdoor events and the Tamil Nadu state government amended guidelines to allow 50% of fans to enter the stadiums have opened the door to development after it was previously reported that fans would not be able to participate in the first two. the examsWith Kiosks I, J, and K licensed last year and open to the public again, the total capacity at Chepauk is around 38,000. According to Ramasaamy, between 12,000 and 15,000 tickets are expected to be put up for sale. Seating in the coveted wing and terrace enclosure will remain off-limits to the public due to their close proximity to the players' locker rooms. "We will not have pavilion seats and the balcony stands to ensure that no one approaches the players' area," said Ramasaamy.All players tested negativeMeanwhile, players from India and England have completed a six-day quarantine after having tested negative in three RT-PCR tests conducted during that period. All the Indian players were present at Chepauk Monday night and did some stretches and warm-ups. They'll hit the net on Tuesday morning for their first full training session.England will follow suit by training as a group for the first time on Tuesday afternoon. Ben Stokes, Joffra Archer, Rory Burns, who traveled to India a few days before the England team because they weren't part of the Sri Lanka streak, have been training MAC 'B' networks since Saturday.Also Read: VIRAT KOHLI JUST A CENTURY AWAY FROM BECOMING CAPTAIN WITH MOST 100’S IN HISTORY OF CRICKET

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Virat Kohli becomes first cricketer to hit 100 million followers on Instagram

  • Mar 02, 2021
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The India captain joined Juventus striker Cristiano Ronaldo, Neymar, Argentine Lionel Messi, former Hollywood actor and wrestler Dwayne " The Rock '' Johnson, American singer-songwriter Beyonce, and Ariana Grande in the 100 million clubs.Indian captain Virat Kohli added another feather to his shining hat by becoming the first cricketer to reach 100 million followers on the social media platform to share photos and Instagram videos on Monday.The India captain joined Juventus striker Cristiano Ronaldo, Neymar, Argentine Lionel Messi, former Hollywood actor, and wrestler Dwayne " The Rock '' Johnson, American singer-songwriter Beyonce, and Ariana Grande in the 100 million clubs.Virat Kohli is also the fourth most followed athlete on Instagram. Ronaldo tops the list (athlete) with 266 million followers, while Messi ranks second on the list with 187 million followers on the Facebook-owned platform.Virat Kohli, who ranks first in the ICC's ODI Ranking, debuted in the format in August 2008. India's Leader scored 12,040 points in the 251 ODI with an average of 59.31.Virat Kohli represented India in 90 events, scoring 7,490 points with a high of 254*. In T20I cricket, he played 85 matches, winning 2,928 rounds with a hit rate of 138.43.The Indian captain is currently preparing for the fourth and final test against England, which starts on Thursday. The hosts are sparing no effort to prepare for the next match at Narendra Modi.Cricket Board India (BCCI) shared a video on Twitter on Monday to look at players sweating online. In the video, Virat Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane can be seen hitting the net, while Rohit Sharma can be seen talking to coach Ravi Shastri.Players have also worked on their field skills, ensuring the team is well prepared in all divisions when they face the English side in the last game of the series.In the ongoing series, Rohit, Axar Patel, and Ravichandran Ashwin were featured artists and now, on the fourth audition, Raban Kohli will seek to attend the party and end the century's drought.The last time Virat Kohli scored a century ago was in 2019 for a day and night event against Bangladesh in Eden Gardens.If India manages to win or take the final test against England, the team will qualify for the World Test Championship (WTC) Final and the team will face New Zealand in the summit match.Also Read: Road Safety World Series 2021: Full list of matches(timetable), venues, ticket booking