AUS VS ENG: Alistor Cook, riding on the head of 'something like' Virender Sehwag!

English opener Alastair Cook also finished the drought in the form, even with the double century. Just ten innings from this innings, Cook had made a double century against the West Indies only. And now, on the third day of the fourth Ashes Test against Australia in Melbourne, Cook again raised a double century. With this, they did not do one thing or the other. First of all, he first made a record of Sachin Tendulkar, in one case he has come very close to Virender Sehwag.

On the third day, during the 95th over of English innings, when Cook chipped down the ball of Pat Cummins, he added himself to Jack Hobbs, Brian Lara, Sachin Tendulkar's club. Together with Cook, these four batsmen have scored 150 or more runs on Australia's ground three times. At the top of the list with the highest 150 innings, Volley Hammond
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At the same time, Cook also made his double century complete with a four-wicket burst. At the same time, he got himself included in the line of special operators. Cook has now hit five double centuries in Test cricket history, with South Africa's former captain Graeme Smith on second place. But with this innings, he has reached close to equaling the record for most six double centuries as Sehwag and Marvan Atapattu.

Cook, who made his 33rd birthday two days ago, has many years left. His technique and willpower is very good. In such a situation, he can not only compare Sehwag's record with ease, but also go a step further.

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