India continued their dominance over England in the Trent Bridge Test match. On the third-day, captain Virat Kohli (103) scored his 23rd Test century of career and 2nd of this series, Cheteshwar Pujara (72) and Hardik Pandya (52*) also scored their fifties before India declared on 352/7 with a lead of 520 runs. And in response, England ended on 23/0 and required 498 more runs to win the match and series with two days to go.
All the major stats and facts from the third day of the Third Test match between England and India at Trent Bridge :
5 - Hardik Pandya became the 5th Indian player to score a 50 and take 5 wicket-haul in the same Test match in England.
Indian players to score a 50 and take 5-fer in a Test match in England -
Lala Amarnath - 50 and 5/118 at Lord's, 1946
Vinoo Mankad - 72 + 184 and 5/196 at Lord's, 1952
Kapil Dev - 89 and 5/125 at Lord's, 1982
Bhuvneshwar Kumar - 58 + 63* and 5/82 at Trent Bridge, 2014
Bhuvneshwar Kumar - 52 and 6/82 at Lord's, 2014
Hardik Pandya - 52* and 5/28 at Trent Bridge, 2018
11 - Virat Kohli scored his 11th Test hundred outside Asia - the fourth most by an Asian player outside Asia.
Most Test hundreds by an Asian player outside Asia -
Sachin Tendulkar - 18
Sunil Gavaskar - 15
Rahul Dravid - 14
VIRAT KOHLI - 11
Inzamam ul Haq - 10
16 - Number of Test hundreds scored by Virat Kohli as captain - the third most in the world.
Most Test hundreds as captain -
Graeme Smith - 25
Ricky Ponting - 19
VIRAT KOHLI - 16
Steve Waugh / Allan Border / Steve Smith - 15
23 - Virat Kohli has scored 23 centuries in Test cricket - the joint fourth most for India.
Most Test centuries for India -
Sachin Tendulkar - 51
Rahul Dravid - 36
Sunil Gavaskar - 34
VIRAT KOHLI - 23
Virender Sehwag - 23
440 - Virat Kohli has scored 440 runs in this series so far - the most runs by an Indian captain in a Test series in England.
Most runs by an Indian captain in a Test series in England -
Virat Kohli - 440* in 2018
Mohammad Azharuddin - 426 in 1990
Sourav Ganguly - 351 in 2002
MS Dhoni - 349 in 2014
Vijay Hazare - 333 in 1952