Virat Kohli: India captain equals Ricky Ponting century record

Virat Kohli equalled the record of 41 global centuries of Ricky Ponting to place India on the brink of an innings victory.
The tourists finished the second day of the next Test in Kolkata monitoring by 89 runs with four wickets in the second innings remaining.
Before declaring on 347-9, kohli put India in command with 136.
Ishant Sharma claimed 4-39 to reduce Bangladesh to to be held in India.
The hosts, that lead the two-match series 1-0, seem set to seal back wins to spare.
Former Australia skipper Ponting took a long time to attain 41 hundreds as captain, putting his mark at 324 matches and 376 innings, although it has taken Kohli, 31, just 160 matches and 188 innings more than six years.
He moved forward of Ponting into spot for Evaluation centuries scored as captain. This is his 20th in 53 Tests, with former South Africa captain Graeme Smith scoring 25 in 109 Test matches.
India batsman Cheteshwar Pujara, that left 55 on day one, had complained about the problem of scoring the pink ball off under the lights in Eden Gardens.
But Kohli made it seem easy, placing on quite a few partnerships, including a 99-run rack with spouse Ajinkya Rahane.
Bowler Abu Jayed smashed against for four consecutive borders in one more before completing his 194-ball stay after being caught by Taijul Islam off Ebadat Hossain.

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