Indian skipper Virat Kohli registered consecutive half-centuries as he breached the milestone in the afternoon session on day one of the Oval Test. The tourists’ top-order had been dismantled for all money early in the morning session, and the fledgeling innings beseeched a captain’s knock. Kohli paid little heed to the recommendations of him blocking out the cover drive, unfurling a playlist of tracer bullets through the region in which he fancies scoring very much.
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Captain Kohli notches up his second half-century of the tour in consecutive innings!
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