Indian captain Virat Kohli has once again described Test cricket as the top format, saying that he is lucky to be able to play in the five-day format for India. Kohli, India's most successful captain in Test cricket, tweeted, “Nothing is closer to playing a tough match in white clothes (Test cricket).” I am lucky to have played Test cricket for India. “Kohli has captained India in 55 Tests in which the team has won 33 matches and suffered defeat in 12.
For India, Kohli has so far scored 7240 runs in 86 Tests at an average of 53.62, including 27 centuries and 22 half-centuries. Apart from this, he has scored 11867 runs in 248 ODIs with the help of 43 centuries and 58 half-centuries while he has 2794 runs to his name in 82 T20 internationals.
Due to the Corona virus epidemic, cricket competitions have come to a halt all over the world and India is yet to play its next Test before December when the team visits Australia for a four-Test series.
Here Virat Kohli is still desperate to win Test series in England, New Zealand and South Africa because till now Team India has not been able to win any Test series here.