If one talks about Indians getting dismissed hit-wicket there have been 22 events in Test cricket up to now. The final time an Indian was hit-wicket was means again in 2016 in the course of the first Test towards England at Rajkot.

Mohinder Amarnath has been dismissed hit-wicket thrice within the longer format of the sport. Kohli was the primary Indian captain since Lala Amarnath, in 1949 (versus West Indies, in Chennai), to be dismissed hit-wicket. The final man earlier than Kohli to be given out hit-wicket was VVS Laxman, in 2002, towards West Indies.

Here is the total record of Indian batsmen out hit-wicket in Test cricket

1. Lala Amarnath – 13 runs (1949, Vs West Indies in Chennai)

2. Madhav Apte – 30 (1953, Vs WI in Georgetown)

3. Naren Tamhane – 5 (1959, Vs WI in Delhi)

4. Chandu Borde – 96 (1959, Vs WI in Delhi)

5. Budhi Kunderan – 2 (1960, Vs Australia in Mumbai, Brabourne Stadium)

6. Dilip Sardesai – 28 (1961, Vs England in Kanpur)

7. Vijay Manjrekar – 0 (1962, Vs WI in Port of Spain)

8. Hanumant Singh – 0 (1965, Vs New Zealand in Mumbai, Brabourne Stadium)

9. ML Jaisimha – 1 (1965, Vs NZ in New Delhi)

10. Syed Abid Ali – 78 (1968, Vs Australia in Sydney)

11. Madan Lal – 7 (1974, Vs England in Manchester)

12. Ashok Mankad – 43 (1974, Vs England in Birmingham)

13. Brijesh Patel – 21 (1977, Vs England in Kolkata)

14. Dilip Vengsarkar – 48 (1977, Vs Australia in Brisbane)

15. Mohinder Amarnath – 20 (1978, Vs Pakistan in Lahore)

16. M Amarnath – 2 (1979, Vs Australia in Mumbai)

17. M Amarnath – 37 (1984, Vs Pakistan in Faisalabad)

18. Kiran More – 6 (1989, Vs WI in Kingston)

19. Nayan Mongia – 34 (1994, Vs WI in Mohali)

20. Shiv Sunder Das – 39 (2001, Vs Australia in Kolkata)

21. VVS Laxman – 130 (2002, Vs WI in St. John’s)

22. Virat Kohli – 40 (2016, Vs England in Rajkot)



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