Virat Kohli: India captain equals Ricky Ponting century record

Virat Kohli equalled the record of 41 international centuries of Ricky Ponting to put India on the edge of an innings victory.
The tourists finished the second day of the second Test at Kolkata trailing by 89 runs with four wickets of their next innings remaining.
Before declaring on 347-9, kohli put India in command with 136.
Ishant Sharma then claimed 4-39 to reduce Bangladesh from the first Exam that was day-night to be held in India.
The hosts, who direct the two-match series 1-0, look set to seal back wins with just two days to spare.
Former Australia skipper Ponting took a long time to achieve 41 countless as captain, setting his mark 324 games and 376 innings, although its obtained Kohli, 31, only 160 matches and 188 innings over six years.
For Evaluation centuries called captain he moved forward of Ponting into second spot. This was his 20th at 53 Tests.
India batsman Cheteshwar Pujara, who made 55 on day one, had complained about the problem of scoring the pink ball off .
But Kohli made it look simple, putting on a number of crucial partnerships, including a rack with overnight spouse Ajinkya Rahane.
The star batsman smashed against bowler Abu Jayed for four borders in one over before completing his stay after being caught by Taijul Islam away Ebadat Hossain.

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