New Delhi: India and New Zealand are the two teams that will lock horns in the first-ever World Test Championship, which gets underway on June 18 at the Ageas Bowl in Southampton.
One side is Virat Kohli’s army and on the other side Kane Williamson’s stalwarts. Now it has to be seen which team gets the title in this historic event.
Here are some statistics of the captains of both the teams:-
Virat Kohli has led the Indian team in 60 matches, out of which India have won 36 matches and lost 14 matches. During these 10 matches did not yield any result. If seen, Virat got the victory in 60 percent of the matches.
Williamson led New Zealand in 36 matches, out of which they have won 21 matches. He lost only eight matches. During these eight matches ended in a draw. Williamson’s win percentage is a little over 58.
Records while Batting as a captain:
As captain, Virat Kohli has scored 6,392 runs in 60 matches so far. Virat’s average was 58.60. Along with this, 20 centuries came from his bat.
Kane Williamson has captained New Zealand in 36 Test matches, he has scored 30,92 runs at an average of 60.62. During this, Williamson’s best of 251 also came, which he scored against the West Indies. He has scored a total of 24 centuries in his career, out of which 11 were made while captain.
Winning record during test championship:
During the Test championship, Virat Kohli led India in a total of 14 matches, out of which he won 10 and lost four.
Kane Williamson has Captained New Zealand in nine matches during the Test Championship. In this, their team had to win six matches and lose three.
Batting record in test championship:
India skipper Virat Kohli has captained his team in the 14 matches during the Test Championship, he could only score 877 runs and only two centuries. His average was 43.85. Virat played a career-best innings of 254 * against neighboring country Bangladesh.
Kane Williamson has scored 817 runs at an average of 58.35 during the Test Championship. During this, he also scored three centuries. Two double-centuries came from Williamson’s bat.