New Delhi: India captain Virat Kohli on Sunday scored his third double hundred as India take a decisive lead against England on the fourth day of the fourth Test in Mumbai.
The 28-year-old, reached the milestone with a single off the fourth ball of 165 ball, bowled by Adil Rashid.
He and Jayant Yadav posted a 164-run stand to help India take a first innings lead of more than 150 runs with over 150 overs' play left in the match. Watch Wankhede Stadium celebrate Kohli's 150.
Kohli started the year with 200 against West Indies at North Sound in July, then scored his second double hundred at Indore in October, against New Zealand.
He thus became the first captain to score 200+ runs in one calendar year.
A win in Mumbai give India give five successive series win. India won the Visakhaptnam and Mohali Tests to take a 2-0 lead in the five-match series.