The 28-year-old fast bowler picked an injury on the second day of the first Test match in Perth. He bowled only eight balls in the match before walking off the ground on Friday.
The left-handed batsman achieved the feat on Day two of the first Test against New Zealand. Warner reached 7000 runs in his 151st innings.
Warner went past Bradman to record the highest-ever individual score at the Adelaide Oval. He is now the only Australian to have scored two 250+ plus scores in Tests
Australia put up a massive total of 589 runs in their first innings with the help of David Warner's triple ton. Australia declared their first innings at 589/3 when Warner was playing at 335 runs.
After Kohli's performance, pacers took the charge in the match on day two. Within seven overs of the Bangladesh's second innings, their four batsmen were sent back to the pavilion with just 13 runs on the board.
India already have a 1-0 lead in the two-match Test series against Bangladesh. The day-night Test between both teams will begin on November 22.
During the pre-match press conference on Thursday, Kohli compared the buzz for the day-night Test to the T20 World Cup match against Pakistan in 2016.
Kohli said post-retirement of Zaheer Khan and other 'stalwarts', they were worried but now, looking at the current scenario, he could not be happier.
During his initial days of international cricket, Kohli was fond of chicken and he admitted that several times during media interaction.
The Virat-Kolhi led side enforced the follow-on on day four of the second Test match being played at Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium in Pune.