Virat Kohli added an enormous honor to his officially renowned vocation as he turned into the best Indian cricket crew skipper throughout the entire existence of Test cricket. Virat Kohli accomplished the accomplishment on account of a 257-run triumph over West Indies in the subsequent Test experience in Kingston on Monday. This was his 28th triumph as captain in Tests and that made him the best Indian chief in the conventional configuration of the game. The record officially had a place with MS Dhoni who had 27 successes from 60 matches. Virat Kohli took only 48 matches to accomplish this amazing accomplishment.
Most Test wins for India skippers
28 VIRAT KOHLI (48 Tests)
27 MS Dhoni (60)
21 Sourav Ganguly (49)
14 Mohammed Azharuddin (47)
Pursuing a close unthinkable objective of 468, West Indies batting by and by neglected to show stomach for a decent battle as they collapsed for 210 in 59.5 overs, well inside the fourth day.
It was one of the most fulfilling visits for captain Virat Kohli as his group had decisive victory in two arrangements (3-0 in T20Is and 2-0 in Tests) while poor climate burglarized them in another configuration (2-0 out of 3-coordinate ODI arrangement).
The bowling group of four of Ishant Sharma (2/37 out of 12 overs), Mohammed Shami (3/65 out of 16 overs), Jasprit Bumrah (1/31 out of 11 overs) and solitary spinner Ravindra Jadeja (3/58 in 16.5 overs) were constant in their quest for keeping up a tight chain on the home group batsmen.
Such was India’s predominance in the two Test coordinates that West Indies couldn’t cross 250 in any of their four innings and the main 50 years was scored by Shamarh Brooks (50) in this game.
The success took India’s focuses count to 120 after two games and they lead the nine-group table despite the fact that Pakistan, Bangladesh and South Africa are yet to start their respective battle as a piece of the title.