India captain Virat Kohli build a record on Friday by flattering the first batsman to indentation up four double ton in four consecutive series. His 204- run effort helped him beat the record of Sir Don Bradman and Rahul Dravid who scored three doubles ton in three series. It also astonished India to 687/6 on the second day of the one - off test against struggling Bangladesh at the Rajiv Gandhi stadium, Hyderabad.
Team India with their big total, became the first team to make innings score of 600 in three successive test matches. The 687/6 they assigned, following 631 and 759 versus England in Mumbai and Chennai appropriately,accelerated Bangladesh on the big trouble.
At Day - 2 stumps, Bangladesh were 41 for one wicket, with opener Tamim Iqbal on 24 and middle order Mominul Haque on 1. Bangladesh are still 646 runs behind from India. With three days in hand, India will sense a good opportunity of victory.