West Indies: In the thrilling second match of the Test series between India and West Indies in Port of Spain, cricket fans witnessed Virat Kohli’s exceptional batting skills and a touching moment with the mother of Windies wicketkeeper, Joshua de Silva.
Playing in his 500th international match, Kohli’s 29th Test century added grandeur to the occasion. After the day’s play, he fulfilled a promise made to Joshua de Silva’s mother, who had come to watch the match. Being a huge fan of Kohli, she was overwhelmed with joy and tears upon meeting him, hailing him as a phenomenal player.
For Kohli, this century marked several remarkable milestones. He joined the legendary Don Bradman at number-10 in the list of top century-makers in world cricket. Additionally, he equaled Jacques Kallis’ record of scoring 12 international centuries against the West Indies. With just one more century, Kohli will surpass the great Sunil Gavaskar’s tally of 13 centuries against the Windies team.
This momentous match not only showcased Kohli’s cricketing prowess but also touched the hearts of fans, exemplifying the spirit of sportsmanship and camaraderie between players and their admirers.