India captain Virat Kohli is on some run of form. Before July, he had no Test double centuries to his name and now seven months later, he has four with the latest coming against Bangladesh on Friday.
In fact, Kohli now holds the record for most double centuries in successive series (four), ahead of Sir Don Bradman and Rahul Dravid (three).
Speaking after the knock, Kohli said his focus was to follow his intent while being careful with his shot selection.
“To get a double hundred, you need to bat for a long period and you need to do things right to get to that score. I think the focus was only to follow my intent,” said Kohli.
“At the same time, be careful in terms of choosing my shots. Luckily, I struck the right balance in this particular innings and it feels good to have got a big score.”
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