Captain of Indian Cricket Team Virat Kohli create history on the second day of the first Test match in England. On Thursday, Virat scored his first Test century on England's ground. It was the first time when he scored history against England in the Test match.
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After completing hundred in 172 balls in difficult conditions, Virat kept the bat and helmets on the ground. Then he took the engagement ring out worn in the neck and kissed it. I think this is true now that behind every successful man there is always a woman. During this, his wife Anushka Sharma was also present on the field to see this special moment. Through this special celebration, Cheeku dedicated his hundred to her wifey..
He was saluting his Lady Luck with this special score. Because the failure he faced in the 2014 tour of England is not hidden from anyone. He scored only 134 runs in 10 innings of five matches in 2014. This was Kohli's first England tour after marriage, and he made history in the first innings.
In December last year, Kohli and actress Anushka Sharma had married in Italy after a long relationship. Well this is not the first time that Virat has celebrated and kissed his engagement ring from the ground like this. Earlier, after celebrating the century in the Centurion Test on the tour of South Africa in 2018, he celebrated the same.
Kohli played 149 runs. During this, he put 14 fours and a six off 225 balls. England got only 13 runs in the first innings. England have scored nine runs in their second innings, losing one wicket till the second day's play and their total increase has been 22 runs.
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Virat Kohli, after playing 149 in the last wicket after being out in the form of the last wicket and returned to the pavilion, he showed up on the bat again and pointed to Anushka Sharma again and Anushka Sharma saw her husband's encouragement during this time,
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