WTC Final: A look at Virat Kohli's record in Day 5 and 4th innings of Tests

Sports Tak Staff
June 11, 2023

If you look at Kohli's Test career, the right-handed batter's overall numbers are exquisite.

Most importantly for India, Kohli's record on Day 5 of a Test is spectacular.

The former Indian captain has batted 14 times on Day 5 of a Test match in his career so far.

Kohli has scored 696 runs at a fantastic average of 69.60. The chase master has also scored three centuries in his Test career on Day 5.

When it comes to 4th innings of a Test match, Kohli's record is better than his overall record in red-ball cricket.

In 27 innings, the right-handed batter has scored 1,033 runs at an average of 49.19. 

He has scored two centuries and seven half-centuries in 4th innings of Tests in his career.

With 280 more runs needed on Day 5 on a pitch that has not deteriorated much and Virat Kohli in the middle, India can dream of a historic win. 

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