Kohli made the sixth century record in australia, played less than half innings than tendulkar

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On the third day of the second Test against Australia, Indian captain Virat Kohli made his 25th century of the career. This is his sixth century in Australia. In this case, he equals his ideal Sachin Tendulkar. Sachin had taken 20 innings to reach this figure, while Kohli only took 10 innings.

After six centuries in Australia, Kohli left behind England's Alastair Cook, David Gower and Clyde Lloyd (5-5) of the West Indies. In this case, ahead of Kohli, England's Jack Hobbs (9) and Bollie Hemond (seven).

Kohli used 127 innings to reach 25 Tests. By doing so, he left behind Sachin's 130 innings. Australia's Don Bradman is at the forefront in this case. He put 25 Test centuries in 68 innings only.

Kohli completed the century with a straight drive on the Mitchell Starc ball in the 75th Test. He hit 11 fours in an innings of 257 balls. Peter Handscombs caught by Pat Cummins' ball on his personal score of 123.

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