Virat Kohli breaks Brian Lara record for most double centuries as captain. Virat Kohli scored a world record sixth double century as a Test captain as India inflicted more misery on Sri Lanka on the second day of the third Test at Delhi’s Feroz Shah Kotla. India also needs a draw to equal West Indies and Australia’s world record of nine consecutive Test series wins.India is eyeing a huge total in first innings, and a chance of Sri Lanka making a comeback looks bleak. Kohli resumed Day 2 of the third India-Sri Lanka Test on 156, and quickly reached his second double ton of the series.Captain Virat Kohli joined Sachin Tendulkar and Virender Sehwag in sharing the record of most number (six) of double centuries for India in Test cricket on the second day of the third and final Test against Sri Lanka here on Sunday. Kohli, playing in his 63rd Test, took 238 deliveries to complete his second consecutive double hundred as he continued to plunder the Sri Lankans in the morning session of the match at the Ferozshah Kotla stadium. Virat Kohli breaks Brian Lara record in third test match for most double centuries as captain.Virat Kohli scaled yet another milestone when he scored his sixth double century, the highest as a captain. He overtook West Indies great Brian Lara, who held the record previously with five double tons in Tests. He is also only the second Indian after Vinod Kambli to score back-to-back double hundreds. In 1993, the former left- handed batsman had scored 224 against England in Mumbai and 227 against Zimbabwe in Delhi. Kohli resumed Day 2 of the third India-Sri Lanka Test on 156, and quickly reached his second double ton of the series. On Day 1 of the Test match Kohli also became the first international captain to score a hat-trick of hundreds in a three-Test series.
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