Virat Kohli|Indian cricket team|India|Players|Virat Kohli, want to set up a new record.

Kohli as an Indian captain does not want to set up a new record. Indian cricket team’s star Batswich Kohli has set up many new records as a captain in the third one-day match against South Africa.

He scored his 12th Test match as Indian captain in the match. After his 160 runs, Sachin Tendulkar has been the second highest score against South Africa by an Indian batsman. Tendulkar scored 200 runs against South Africa in 2010, the first double century for one-day over.

In the match played in Cape Town on Wednesday, Virat Kohli made 160 runs with 159 balls with 12 fours and two sixes and remained unbeaten. It is clear that in this match, India’s team made 303 in their innings and in reply, the whole team of South Africa scored 179 runs. After this defeat, India has gained the three-zero lead in the six-match series.

Kohli scored another single match in addition to the highest scores in a fast-track match, setting up a new record of any score by any Indian captain. Earlier, Saru Ganguly was headed with 11 hundred but Kohli replaced with 12 runs now. If seen overall, Kohli still needs to work hard to score the highest counts by any captain in the world of cricket, as Australia’s former captain Ricky Ponting scored 22 cents as captain Have kept

But Kholi does not need to think about it yet because he has been setting up new records with his performance, in which apart from the series, India became the highest scoring bowler in the series against South Africa.

He has made 318 runs in the first three matches in the ongoing series, as well as honored to score more than one series in any series against South Africa. Before the start of Arizona, Virat Kohli has South In a one-day match in Africa, there was no series of scores, but after three matches, he now joined the five-wicketkeeper of the world who has scored more than one in South Africa.

So far, England’s batsman Kevin Peterson has the honor to scored the highest three in one-day series in South Africa. Last year, Indian captain Virat Kohli scored a record of nine in his first Test match against New Zealand in his first innings. Last year, Virat Kohli made his record double-century against Sri Lanka in the Delhi Test and named as a captain for the double cats.

The fourth match of the series will be played in Johannesburg on February 10. The series of one-day matches will end on February 16. After which three T20 Internationals will be played.

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