The batter has already accounted for 76 tons for the Indian team in all formats.
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Having taken the field on Thursday when India led 153-2, the batter fell 13 runs short of his century overnight as India, recovering from a tough afternoon session, reached 288-4 against West Indies.
Kolhi also moved up to 10th in the list of top scorers in the three formats, led by another Indian great Sachin Tendulkar with 664 runs.
Kohli made his 30th Test 50 off a boundary against left-arm spinner Jomel Warrickan (1-55). Along with Kohli, Ravindra Jadeja (48 not out) came in for the fifth wicket.
India dominated the first session at Queen’s Park Oval, going into lunch with a score of 121-0 at 26 for 26, but West Indies picked up four wickets after lunch. By tea, after nearly 51 ounces, India were trailing 182-4.