Ind vs SA: India enforce follow-on, Kohli also created history here
News Track 13 October 2019 10:30
PUNE The second match series of three Tests is being played between India and South Africa in Pune. India batted brilliantly in the second Test, with the help of double century of captain Kohli, scored a huge score of 601 runs. After this, South Africa's first innings ended at just 275 runs and India enforced to follow on. This is 50 Test matches of Virat Kohli as captain. Kohli has already made this match memorable by playing his best Test innings and now he made history by following South Africa.
This is the first time in a Test match played between India and South Africa when an Indian captain has given a follow-on to the visiting team. Virat has become the first Indian captain to give an allon to South Africa. Mohammad Azharuddin, Sourav Ganguly and Mahendra Singh Dhoni were among the most Test-winning captains for India. India have won just one time against South Africa. Under the captaincy of Mahendra Singh Dhoni, the Indian team had defeated South Africa by an innings and 57 runs but could not get a chance to give them a fall.