Border-Gavaskar Trophy, India's first innings ended on 571 runs, Kohli's century

 India scored 571 runs in the first innings on the fourth day of the fourth and final Test against Australia. Team India took a lead of 91 runs. By the end of Sunday's play, Australia had scored 3 runs without losing a wicket. At stumps, Travis Head 3 and Kuhnemann were at the crease without opening the account. The king of Sunday's game was Kohli, who scored hundreds. Kohli played an inning of 186 runs in 364 balls with the help of 15 fours. He ended his 1205-day wait for a Test century. Kohli shared 64 for the fourth wicket with Ravindra Jadeja (28), 84 for the fifth wicket with KS Bharat (44) and 162 for the sixth wicket with Akshar Patel (79). This is the first time in Indian Test history, when there was a partnership of 50+ for six consecutive times in the innings. Earlier, Rohit-Shubman added 74 runs for the first wicket, Shubman-Pujara 113 for the second wicket and Kohli-Shubman added 58 runs for the third wicket.

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