Kohli rates his Edgbaston century second to Adelaide

Kohli rates his Edgbaston century second to Adelaide

Virat Kohli and co. will aim to reanalyze their plans and strive to come back stronger.

Further, the Indian skipper also gave her a flying kiss as she was seen sitting in the stands.

PREVIEW IND VS ENG: Virat Kohli took a giant stride towards exorcising the ghosts of 2014 with a masterful century as he single-handedly pulled India out of the woods against England on an eventful second day of the first Test at Edgbaston.

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After Pandya's departure and till Kohli's dismissal, India scored 126 runs, in which Kohli alone contributed 102 runs, the rest were added by Ravichandran Ashwin (10), Mohammed Shami (2), Ishant Sharma (5) and Umesh Yadav (1) scored a total of 18 runs.

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After scoring just 134 runs in the Test series back in 2014, the India captain surpassed that tally in one innings today with 149.

Sam Curran (24) and James Anderson (0) were at the crease when umpires dislodged the bails for the day. "The scene was set, it was Anderson versus Kohli and it would have been Anderson's day had Dawid Malan held onto that catch in the slips when Kohli was on 21".

India's last two wickets added 92 runs before Kohli was finally last man out after he misjudged leg spinner Adil Rashid's delivery and was caught by Stuart Broad at point.

"We've just got to bat big tomorrow, get as many runs as possible day three and day four, and put pressure on India, especially with the wicket starting to go up and down a little bit, and a bit of spin".

Left-hander Shikhar Dhawan (26) nicked a well-directed Curran outswinger to Malan at second slip.

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On Thursday, spectators once again witnessed India's batting order getting collapsed as Virat Kohli fought a lone battle.

He brought up his century off 172 balls, his 22nd in Test cricket and his fourth against England.

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It became 54-2 in three balls as number three batsman KL Rahul (4) played a loose shot and diverted a thick inside edge onto his stumps.

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