Indian team skipper Virat Kohli is continuously adding feathers to his cap through his brilliant game. Now in the third one-day match between India and South Africa at Cape Town, Kohli made another world record.
In the match, Captain Kohli played an unbeaten inning of 160 runs, in which he scored 12 fours and two sixes. Following which, Kohli became world’s fifth and India’s first batsman in the history to score 100 runs in an innings by running between the wickets.
Along with this Virat Kohli has now become such an Indian captain who has scored most centuries in during captaincy. He has scored 12 hundred in 43 innings. Before him, Sourav Ganguly scored 11 hundred (142),
Sachin Tendulkar six hundred (70), and Mohammad Mohammed Azharuddin four hundred (162).
Kohli is currently the only batsman in the world, who has an average of more than 50 in all three cricketing formats. His averages are in Tests (53.40), ODI (57.34) and T20 (52.86).