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India vs Bangladesh Pink ball test: India became first country to declare its seventh consecutive innings | India the first country in the world to declare seventh consecutive innings, wins on 6 occasions

Pink ball test being played between India and Bangladesh in Kolkata
India declared first innings at 347/9
Bangladesh score 152/6 in the second innings.
India declared 6 innings at home, won each time
England had declared 6 consecutive innings
Virat Kohli hits career 27th Test century

Dainik BhaskarNov 24, 2019, 10:35 AM IST Sports Desk. Team India are on a winning note in their first Test with a pink ball. On the second day of the day-night test, India declared their first innings at 347/9. Team India became the first team in the world to declare their seventh consecutive innings. Earlier, England had declared 6 consecutive innings in 2009.

At the end of the second day, Bangladesh score 152/6 in the second innings. At the crease is Mushfiqur Rahim (59 *). Bangladesh had lost 4 wickets for 13 runs at one time. Rahim and Mahmudullah handled the innings. Ishant Sharma took 4 and Umesh Yadav took two wickets.

India declared 6 innings at home, won each time

Score
Against
Venue

168/4
West indies
Kingston

502/7
D. Africa
Visakhapatnam

323/4
D. Africa
Visakhapatnam

601/5
D. Africa
Pune

497/9
D. Africa
Ranchi

493/6
Bangladesh
Indore

347/9
Bangladesh
Kolkata

Virat scored 27th Test century in career
Earlier, the Indian team started playing ahead of their Friday score of 174/3. Captain Virat Kohli and vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane shared a 99-run partnership for the fourth wicket. Rahane (51) was dismissed after scoring his 22nd half-century in Tests. At the same time, Virat scored his 27th century in Test career. India declared 6 innings at home, winning each time.

Fifth batsman to score century in Kohli Day-Night Test
Kohli became the fifth captain to score a century in the day-night test. He has been preceded by Joe Root of England, Steve Smith of Australia, Faf du Plessis of The Africa and Ken Williamson of New Zealand.

Kohli as captain in second position in scoring maximum century in Test

The player
Country
Century

Graeme smith
D. Africa
25

Virat Kohli
India
20

Ricky Potting
Australia
19

Kohli as captain equals Potting in scoring international century

The player
Century
Shift

Virat Kohli
41
188

Ricky Ponting
41
376

Graeme smith
33
368

Steve smith
20
118

Kohli made his first class debut on 23 November
Both Virat and Ishant made their first class debut on 23 November 2006 from Delhi. Kohli became the first player from India to score a century in the Day-Night Test on the same day. At the same time, Ishant became the first player from India to take 5 wickets with a pink ball. This is Kohli's 70th century in international cricket. He is third after Sachin (100) and Ponting (71) in terms of most centuries.

 

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