English batsman Alastair Cook played his last test innings against India at The Oval in London and he smacked brilliant hundred to end 12-year long international cricket career. Alastair Cook scored his first ever hundred against India in March 2006 at Nagpur, India and co incidently he end-up career scoring ton against same Indian team.
Alastair Cook have scored 33 centuries in played 161 test matches. He scored most centuries against India as he hit seven tons against Men In Blue. Cook scored two hundreds against each Bangladesh and South Africa, 3-3 each against New Zealand and Sri Lanka, 5-5 each against Australia and Pakistan, 6 against West Indies and 7 against India.
In the last test of England vs India 2018 series, Cook made brilliant 147 in the second innings of match which is the last international fixture of former English captain.
At a batting average of 45.35, he managed to score 12,472 runs and he stands at fifth place after Sachin Tendulkar (15,921), Ricky Ponting (13,378), Jacques Kallis (13,289) and Rahul Dravid (13,288).