Indian captain Greg Chappell, Vivian Richards and Mo. Yusuf's record of equals records.
In the list of those who scored centuries in Tests, they reached number 21 in the world and fourth in the Indians.

Rajkot:- Indian captain Virat Kohli completed his 24th Test century on the second day of the first Test against the West Indies. By playing the lowest test and innings, they reached the second spot in the making of 24 centuries. He achieved this milestone in the 123rd innings of the 72nd Test and left behind Sachin Tendulkar. Sachin completed his 24th century in the 125th innings of the 80th Test. Australia's Don Bradman is on top in this case. Bradman, in the 66th innings of the 43rd Test, had only 24 centuries.

  1. Indian captain behind Sehwag 

Virat equals Australia's Greg Chappell, West Indian Vivian Richards and Pakistan's Mohammad Yusuf's record. He left behind Virender Sehwag's record of 23 centuries. Virat is fourth in the list of India's century-makers. On the first day of this test, Earth Shaw also made several records in his name.

3.  Virat's second century against West Indies

Virat's second Test hundred against the West Indies. He scored more than 100 for the fourth time this year. As captain, he scored 17th century Batting at number four, this is his 20th century. He scored a century in the first innings for the 19th time. Virat has now become a batsman who has scored 20 hundreds in the world. Of these, 10 are of Indian soil.

4.  Virat crosses 3,000 Test runs in India

Virat completed his 3,000 runs in the Test playing in India. He touched this figure in 53rd innings of 33rd Test in India. During this time he scored 11 hundreds, including five double centuries. His average is more than 65 runs on the home ground.

5.  At number four in the lowest innings on Virat's domestic ground, 3,000 runs scored

In the case of Virat's fastest 3,000 runs, Cheteshwar Pujara is jointly tied at fourth. In this case Don Bradman is at the top. Bradman had achieved this feat only in the 37th innings. The second is Pakistan's Javed Miandad and Australia's Steve Smith. Both of them scored 3,000 runs in the 49th innings on home ground. Gary Sobers, Mohammad Yusuf and Matthew Hayden are at number three.

6.  Virat touched the 1000-run mark for the third consecutive year

Virat crossed the 1,000-run mark in a calendar year for the third consecutive year in Test cricket. He has scored 1018 runs at an average of 59.88 in nine Tests this year. It includes four centuries and five half-centuries.

7.  Virat's highest test run this year

Virat scored 1215 runs in 12 Tests in 2016 and 1059 runs in 10 Tests in 2017. In this year, England's Root is second in terms of runs in Tests. Root has scored 719 runs in 10 Tests. At the same time, South Africa's Aden Markrum is on the third. Markram has 660 runs in 9 Tests.