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Virat Kohli hit his most-awaited 28th Test century after almost 3.5 years on Day 4 of the fourth Test against Australia. Kohli fans are going gaga over his stupendous form as his last century was against Bangladesh in November 2019. With this ton, King Kohli took his international century tally to 75. Twitteratis are going berserk as the long wait is finally over for their favorite cricketer.
This is also Kohli's first 50-plus score since January 2022 – where he scored 79 against South Africa in Cape Town. With this knock, Kohli has replicated a special feat, one that the legendary Sunil Gavaskar achieved 40 years ago. Playing his 50th Test at home in 1983, Gavaskar scored a century, while batting at No. 4.
Surprisingly enough, this too is Kohli's 50th Test on home soil, and like Gavaskar, he celebrated it with a century. The only difference in that was Gavaskar scored his 14th ton at home, while Kohli enjoyed his 13th. This is also Kohli's 8th Test century against Australia, tying Gavaskar for the joint second-most tons by an Indian player against the Aussies, next only to Sachin Tendulkar.
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