Virat Kohli made his debut against West Indies at Kingston, Jamaica but was not able to give the impression and gave only 119 runs.
The date was 20th, 2011, when current India skipper Virat Kohli made his debut in the longest format of the game. He played against West Indies at Kinston, Jamaica. The much-talented batsman was not able to give a good show with the bat in his first test.
He was given chance at 5th position but unfortunately was sent back to the pavilion by Fidel Edwards.
In the second innings, he managed to score 15 runs from 54 balls and again sent back by Fidel Edwards. But all ends well, that ends well, they say. India was able t0 win the match by 63 runs. But since it was the Test debut, Kohli somehow managed to leave a huge impression on the game. He has so far played 86 Tests, managing to score 7,240 runs with 27 centuries at an average of 53.62. So far Kohli played a knock of 254 against South Africa at Pune in 2019 and this remains his highest Test score to date.
By: Sushmita Jha
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