Captain Virat Kohli registered his 27th Test century to help India consolidate their lead over Bangladesh on Day 2 of the Day-Night match at Eden Gardens, Kolkata Saturday.
Once he reached the hundred, Kohli hit Abu Jayed four successive boundaries in the 71st over. The 31-year-old started with a streaky four off the first ball, to the backward region. He followed it with a sublime straight drive past Ravindra Jadeja at the non-striker's end.
Showing his class, the right-handed batsman flicked the third ball past mid-wicket. Then, Kohli found the gap at the square region for the fourth four.
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He thus scored most runs a single over in Test cricket, 19 in all.
In the last Test match at Indore, Jayed dismissed Kohli for a rare duck.
Kohli departed after making 136 off 194 balls with the help of 18 fours, thanks to a stunning catch at deep fine leg by Taijul Islam, off Ebadat Hossain.
India were 309/6 after 82 overs and have taken a lead of 203 runs.
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