Indian captain Virat Kohli has never been out of form over the past two years. He has been churning runs at will and has already established himself as one of the all-time greats in Indian cricket.
The 28-year old has once again managed to score a double hundred in his test career, which is growing exponentially over the past few months. The Delhi lad has brought up his recent double ton at his home venue Feroz Shah Kotla.
Having started the series with a duck at Eden Gardens, Kohli has been in divine mode since then having managed one unbeaten hundred and two double hundreds in his next three innings.
Kohli has shown his grit once again as he stood tall despite India losing two quick wickets at the end of Day 1 and could very well make the most out his latest double hundred. He is getting excellent support from Rohit Sharma, and Kohli will now look to maximize his double hundred.
After reaching the historic milestone, Twitter paid tribute to the Indian skipper as he continues to be the nightmare for the bowlers across the world.
Virat kohli smashed his 6th test double century against Sri Lanka #INDvSL
— Nitish (@nitishsharma812) December 3, 2017
Virat Kohli first Test captain to register six scores of 200+
Prev best: five by Brian Lara#IndvSL
— Mohandas Menon (@mohanstatsman) December 3, 2017
6th double ton in a space of 18 months! First cricketer to score 6 Test double tons as a captain. Breaking records at the drop of a hat. Let me doff my hat to greatest cricketer of this generation, @imVkohli I bow to thee. #KingKohli #IndvSL
— Harleen is back to writing (@VeiledDesires_) December 3, 2017
It's time to stop displaying no.of 50s&100s of @imVkohli 's stats should display only 200s,200 for him like 100 for remaining batsmen,Triple ton on the way
— Naveen (@imnavi07) December 3, 2017
3 back to back 100. Consecutive 200. Legend in his own right. Makes us all so proud. Always competes with himself. The name is Kohli, Virat Kohli #KingKohli #ViratKohli #INDvSL pic.twitter.com/NmE6mkUqkr
— Harini Venkataraman (@ImVHarini) December 3, 2017
— arsee. (@dreamifiedx) December 3, 2017
— Mihir Pandya (@IamMihirPandya) December 3, 2017
Even if Virat Kohli retires now, he will easily be in the top 3 batsmen of all time.
— Soham (@thatsoham) December 3, 2017
29 years and Virat Kohli is already a legend 😍
— Abhishek Kumar (@mpbsvs) December 3, 2017