Virat Kohli is known for hunting down targets in limited-overs cricket but on Sunday he proved his class yet again when he helped India see off an intriguing final session on Day 5 and draw the first Test against England. While India’s top order surrendered to English spinners, it was Kohli’s grit and class that saved the hosts from embarrassment. This after the visitors had set an improbable 310-run victory target for India to achieve in little over two sessions. (Exclusive: Why’s Virat Kohli such a class act? Sourav Ganguly explains)Kohli, who enjoys batting under pressure, scored 49 not out off 98 balls and was involved in two important partnerships to deny England a chance to go 1-0 up in the five-match series. First, it was a 47-run partnership with Ravichandran Ashwin (32) for the fifth wicket that lasted over 15 overs and then an unbeaten 40-run stand with Ravindra Jadeja (32 not out) for the seventh wicket in 10 overs. (Kohli India’s best in fourth innings battles)India reached 172 for six before the captains shook hands to settle for a draw.Kohli has led India to four consecutive Test series victories since becoming a full time captain. His journey so far includes historic series victories over Sri Lanka, South Africa and West Indies, and a 3-0 clean sweep over New Zealand.Kohli became the first Indian captain to win a Test series in Sri Lanka. Last year, South Africa lost to a host nation for the first time since 2006-07 and Kohli became the first Indian captain to win a Test series 2-0 in the West Indies.advertisementOverall, Kohli has captained India in 18 Tests out of which six have ended in draws.However, the India captain was happy with the way his side “countered” the situation.Virat Kohli and Alastair Cook (AP Photo)”At least we know how to draw games now. Before that, some people obviously were sceptical about our side knowing how to draw games,” Kohli said. “We won games or we lost games.”I spoke with Jadeja out there that it was an opportunity for both of us to improve on another aspect of the game. Maybe in Test cricket in the future, we will have this situation again.”Maybe we will have to apply ourselves again and show character.. so it was a challenging situation but one that we countered really well, I thought.”Kohli has been in a superb form this year having scored 2029 runs in international cricket and 973 runs in the Indian Premier League. Kohli has also scored two double hundreds in Tests, becoming the only Indian captain to achieve the feat. (Also Read: India recall Lokesh Rahul for second Test vs England)He also anchored India to numerous victories in the limited-overs cricket and almost single-handedly guided Royal Challengers Bangalore to the final of the IPL this year. He became the only player to have scored four hundreds in the cash-rich T20 league.