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Former India captain, Virat Kohli aims to surpass Don Bradman’s record in WTC Final

WTC Final: Virat Kohli Sets Sights on Multiple Records as India Takes on Australia at Oval.

Virat Kohli, the center of attention in the upcoming World Test Championship (WTC) Final against Australia, sets sights on another milestone as he aims to continue his record-breaking spree.

Virat Kohli only requires one more century in the the upcoming World Test Championship (WTC) Final against Australia to hurdle past Sir Don Bradman’s record. The former Indian captain also has the opportunity to surpass team India coach Rahul Dravid. Among the current top talents in test cricket, Steve Smith has 30 centuries, while Joe Root with 29.


Don Bradman’s overall current overall test tally is at 29 centuries. Kohli currently stands at 28 hundreds in the test format. Team India coach Rahul Dravid has registered 2166 runs to his name in test format against the Australian team. Kohli currently has 1979 runs in 24 tests.

Virat Kohli needs to score 188 more runs to claim the third-best batsmen title against Australia. Only Tendulkar (3630) and Laxman (2434) are ahead.

Ahead of the WTC final, the 35-year-old batsman had an intense training session, and as always was the last one to leave. The clash between India and Australia will begin at the Oval from June 7 to 11.


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