Following the retirement of cricketing icon and legend, Sachin Tendulkar, Indian cricket fans have been in the lookout for a cricketer who could fill in the giant vacuum left by Sachin.
And from the look of things, it seems the wait is finally over, as ViratKohli looks like the man to take over the mantle from Tendulkar.
The year 2016 has been quite a very favorable year for Kohli as he has gone on to break a lot of records to the extent the BCCI coined a new phrase for it; ‘Kholified’.
The fourth day of the five test match being played in Mumbai at the Wankhede Stadium against England, saw the Indian Test Captain score a career-best of 235.
He also went on to score his third double century this year, as JayantYadav went on to complement his score with a maiden hundred, thus pushing India further up to pile up a mammoth 631, thus holding a massive lead of 231 runs over their touring opponents.