Watch as Kohli scores a four to reach fifty in his 500th international game, surpassing greats like Tendulkar and Dhoni

India lost four wickets in the second session of the second Test against the West Indies, and Virat Kohli was instrumental in helping India regain the lead on Day 1.

On Day 1 of the second Test at Port-of-Spain, Virat Kohli celebrated a significant day by putting up a tenacious performance that helped India retake the lead over a determined West Indies team. In the third session, after the visitors lost four wickets in the first, Kohli and Ravindra Jadeja made sure that India didn’t lose any more wickets. Kohli finished the day undefeated on 87 off 161 balls.

The 500th player from India to represent his country is Kohli. At some point in his international career, he has played alongside the other three players. Up until 2013, Sachin Tendulkar and Virat Kohli shared a dressing room in international cricket. Tendulkar’s brilliant career finished with 664 victories. Rahul Dravid, the current head coach of India, played 504 games with Kohli when the latter was still just starting his career. Dhoni played 535 matches while Kohli, who took over as captain before him, made his debut as an international player.