Virat Kohli scored his 29th Test century during his 500th international match.

  1. Virat Kohli scored his 29th Test century during the second and final match of the series against West Indies on Friday.

  2. He reached the three-figure mark in 180 deliveries, smashing a cover drive for his 100th run in the innings.

  3. This was Kohli’s second Test century of the year and his first overseas ton since nearly five years, with his last coming in Perth in 2018.

  4. Interestingly, the century came in his 500th international match, making the occasion all the more special for the India batter.

  5. Kohli made a slow start to his innings in the second Test, but he eventually found his rhythm and scored 100 runs off 180 balls.

  6. He hit 12 fours and a six during his innings.

  7. Kohli’s century helped India to a strong position in the second Test.

  8. They were 314/4 at the end of Day 2, with Kohli and Ravindra Jadeja both unbeaten.

  9. India are looking to complete a 2-0 clean sweep win over West Indies in the second Test.

  10. They had registered an innings-and-141-run win in the first Test in Dominica, where Rohit Sharma and Yashasvi Jaiswal struck centuries.

  11. Kohli’s century was a special moment for him and for Indian cricket.

  12. He is one of the best batsmen in the world, and he has the potential to break many more records.

  13. This was Kohli’s 76th international century, which puts him in third place on the all-time list behind Sachin Tendulkar (100) and Brian Lara (53).

  14. It was his second Test century of the year, after scoring 105 against Sri Lanka in Mohali in March.

  15. It was his first overseas Test century since scoring 123 against Australia in Perth in 2018.

  16. It came in his 500th international match, which is a landmark achievement.

  17. Kohli’s century was a masterclass in batting, as he showed all of his class and skill.

  18. He was particularly impressive against the short ball, and he also showed his ability to rotate the strike.

  19. Kohli’s century will be remembered as one of the great innings in Test cricket history.

  20. It is a fitting way for him to mark his

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