Virat Kohli, Ajinkya Rahane Break Sachin Tendulkar, Sourav Ganguly’s Partnership Record
Virat Kohli, Ajinkya and Rahane break Sachin Tendulkar’s partnership record with Sourav Ganguly in the current test in the West Indies Indian skipper Virat Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane breaks Sachin Tendulkar and Sourav Ganguly’s record with their eighth-century stand representing the fourth wicket of the current Test in Antigua.
Before the start of the match, Ganguly and Tendulkar held the record for a century of partnerships for the fourth wicket. Kohli and Rahane simply did not pull India out of a difficult situation, but they also created a partnership record.
After beating the West Indies on the 222nd, the third day, India did not get off to a good start. The visitors lost the opening gate of the match, Mayank Agarwal, by a score of 30. KL Rahul had settled in well but missed a delivery off Roston Chase. tries to play a sweep, he turned 38. Cheteshwar Pujara started 25 of 53 but was knocked down by Kemar Roach.
Three wickets before a score of 100 put India in an embarrassing situation, but Kohli and Rahane made sure the blows did not derail India’s stick. At the strains, Kohli and Rahane were on 51 and 53, respectively. India leads by 260 points and could come forward after two batting sessions on a penultimate day.
Kemar Roach had trapped Rahane in front of the stumps, but the referee did not raise his finger. Roach was enthusiastic about taking the exam, but he was not. After getting a big line, Rahane will try to make the most of it. The out-of-form batsman scored 81 runs in the first innings and hopes to hit the three-digit mark in the second innings.
On its 81, India had scored 297 in the first rounds. Ishant Sharma took a ball with the ball to regroup the home team on 222 to help the visitors take a 75-point lead. For the WI, Roston Chase had the highest score with a 48-of-74 inning.