The year 2016 has been quite a great year for India’s Test Captain, Virat Kohli, as he went on to grab his third double century in India’s last Test match against England where he had a run of 235.
However, one thing he is yet to do is to score the highest number of double centuries in a calendar year.
However, Sunil Gavaskar, batting maestro is of the belief that the sensational star can reach that record in India’s fifth Test match against England to hold in Chennai.
The record of four double centuries in a year is held by Michael Clarke, former captain of the Australian Team. Kohli has 3 double centuries to his name, one shy of Clarke’s record and Gavaskar has expressed his confidence in the Indian skipper’s ability to extend his dominant show to the Test match in Chennai, finish the year on a high note, and join Clarke’s exclusive club.