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IND v/s ENG: Virat Kohli holds 3 big records with victory in Lord’s Test, Clive Lloyd left behind

By Ruchi Upadhyay 
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IND v/s ENG: Virat Kohli holds 3 big records with victory in Lord’s Test, Clive Lloyd left behind

New Delhi: In the Lord’s Test against England, Team India made history by winning 151 runs and taking a crucial 1-0 lead in the 5-match series. With this, 3 big records have been registered in the name of Virat Kohli. Team India has created history at Lord’s Cricket Ground. With this historic victory, Virat Kohli has recorded 3 special captaincy records in his name.

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Winning record in SENA countries

Virat Kohli became the Indian captain to register the most wins in SENA countries. SENA stands for South Africa, England, New Zealand and Australia.

Virat beat PAK captains

As the Asian captain, Virat Kohli has achieved the 5th victory in SENA countries. Earlier this record was in the name of Wasim Akram and Javed Miandad, who have led Pakistan to victory in 4 Tests in these countries. At the same time, MS Dhoni is at number four with 3 wins.

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List of most successful captains of test cricket

Graeme Smith – South Africa – 53 Test wins
Ricky Ponting – Australia – 48 Test win
Steve Waugh – Australia – 41 Test win
Virat Kohli – India-37 Test Win
Clive Lloyd – West Indies – 36 Test wins

Despite losing the toss, hit the ground

Talking about Indian captains, Virat Kohli has reached the top with 6 wins in terms of winning the most Test matches after losing the toss abroad. Earlier this record was in the name of Sourav Ganguly who has won 5 Test matches on foreign soil after losing the toss, while MS Dhoni has won 4 matches after losing the toss abroad.

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