New Delhi: Virat Kohli on Sunday (December 03) became the first captain to register six double centuries in Test cricket. With it, he goes past Brian Lara’s record of five double tons as a captain. Resuming on an overnight score of 156, the Indian captain on the morning of day two reached the milestone. Kohli, who scored 213 in Nagpur, also became the second Indian batsman after Vinod Kambli to score consecutive double-hundreds.Also Read - T20 World Cup: Suresh Raina Wants Team India to Win ICC Trophy For Virat Kohli

Kohli, who now has six double hundreds, has drawn level with Sachin Tendulkar and Virender Sehwag as the Indian batsmen with most double centuries. Meanwhile, the right-hander sits joint fifth in the world on most double hundreds list along with Marvan Atapattu, Javed Miandad, Younis Khan, Ricky Ponting and Sachin Tendulkar. The list is topped by Don Bradman (12), followed by Kumar Sangakkara (11), Brian Lara (9), Wally Hammond and Mahela Jayawardene (7). Also Read - T20 World Cup: #Ban Pak Cricket Trends on Twitter Ahead of Blockbuster Clash Against Virat Kohli-Led India

On day one, Kohli went past 5,000 Test runs and became the fourth fastest Indian batsman after Sunil Gavaskar (95 innings), Virender Sehwag (98) & Sachin Tendulkar (103) to reach the milestone. Also Read - T20 World Cup: Record Team India Stars Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma Can Break in Mega ICC Event

Most Double Centuries in Test Cricket

Don Bradman5280699699.94291312
Kumar Sangakkara1342331240057.4385211
Brian Lara1312321195352.8834489
Wally Hammond85140724958.4522247
Mahela Jayawardene1492521181449.8434507
Marvan Atapattu90156550239.0216176
Virender Sehwag104180858649.3423326
Javed Miandad124189883252.5723436
Younis Khan1182131009952.0534336
Ricky Ponting1682871337851.8541626
Sachin Tendulkar2003291592153.7851686
Virat Kohli63105517153.8420146

Batsmen With Consecutive Double Centuries

Wally HammondAustralia251 & 2001928-29
Don BradmanEngland254 & 3341930
Wally HammondNew Zealand227 & 336*1932-33
Don BradmanEngland304 & 2441934
Don BradmanEngland270 & 2121936-37
Vinod KambliEngland & Zimbabwe224 & 2271992-93
Graeme SmithEngland277 & 2592003
Thilan SamaraweeraPakistan231 & 2142009
Brendon McCullumIndia224 & 204 2014
Virat KohliSri Lanka213 & 206*2017

Also on the opening day, Kohli became the first captain to score a century in each of a three-match series.

Kohli, who is going strong, also went past 500 runs in the series and thus became only second Indian, after Sunil Gavaskar, to score 500 runs in three or more Test series.

Close to lunch on day two, India continued to extend their domination and were nearing the 500-run mark. Meanwhile, Kohli’s stand with Rohit Sharma, who scored the half-century as well, was also past 100-run mark.