On July 21 in the city of Port of Spain, Virat Kohli played his 500th international game for India. He scored his 76th century, making 121 runs in the second Test match against West Indies. He had a good partnership with Ravindra Jadeja, who made 61 runs. Both players were dismissed quickly, but India’s Ravichandran Ashwin and Ishan Kishan are currently batting. Kohli played well and scored runs easily against the West Indies pacers. He reached his century within the first half hour of the day. He had a big smile on his face as he held up his bat and then bowed. This showed that he was really happy. He felt really good about scoring his first hundred in a Test match in a different country after five years. The last time he had scored a hundred in another country was in Perth in 2018. The cricket field at Queens Park Oval is much better for hitting the ball compared to the first Test match in Windsor Park in Dominica. In simpler terms: Even though some deliveries were difficult to hit and some stopped and came onto the bat, Kohli was able to hit through the line. Kohli’s innings was impressive because he scored 45 singles and 13 doubles in tough conditions. He would be happy because most of his boundaries were hit on the off-side with his signature cover drive. It was a bit easier for Kohli because the absence of Rahkeem Cornwall made things easier, and Jomel Warrican didn’t get much from the surface. Most of the deliveries came at an angle, so Kohli was able to easily hit them off his hips for singles and doubles. Kohli had good support from Jadeja, who scored his 19th half-century and showed he is a versatile batsman in overseas conditions. Can you please provide the text that you would like me to rewrite in simpler words.