Ind vs Eng: Skipper Virat Kohli on Thursday equaled MS Dhani’s record of India’s captaincy in the highest Test matches. Kohli’s stint in the fourth Test against England at the Narendra Modi Stadium was his 60th Test as India’s captain and as a result he equaled Dhani’s record. This is a great achievement of Captain Kohli.
In the last 59 matches, Virat Kohli has captained the Indian team, winning 35 matches and losing 14, while ten matches have been drawn. India, led by Dhani, have won 27 of 60 Tests. In 2019, Kohli surpassed Dhani to win the medal to become the most successful Test captain for India. This is the captain’s 50 Test match for Root.
“It is unbelievable that India have been captained for so long and we are in a very good position in the Tests,” said Kohli’s counterpart during the toss. We are here to come together as a team. We have a large group that has enhanced my thinking as a captain. We should be at our best performance. England are a quality team that can put us under pressure. We should be at the top in our game. ”
This match is very important for captain Virat Kohli as it is the last match of the Indian team under the ICC World Test Championship and if the Indian team loses the match, it will be out of the final race of the World Test Championship. If the Indian team wins or succeeds in the draw, India will play the WTC final against New Zealand at Lord’s in London from June 18.