IND vs SA: Virat Kohli breaks Rohit Sharma's world record, know
India defeated South Africa by seven wickets in the second T20 played in Mohali. South Africa scored 149/5 with the help of Quinton de Kock's half-century and Temba Bavuma's 49 runs in the first game, in response to which Indian team Virat Kohli's best innings of 72 runs helped only three in 19 overs. Losing the wicket, achieved the target and took a 1-0 lead in the series.
Let's look at the key figures made in the second match:
# Virat Kohli (2441 runs) broke the world record of Rohit Sharma (2434 runs) in terms of most runs in T20 Internationals.
# Virat Kohli scored 22nd half century and broke the world record of Rohit Sharma (21 - 17 fifties and 4 centuries) in terms of highest score above 50.
# Virat Kohli won the Man of the Match award for the 11th time in a T20 international. The world record in this case is named after Mohammad Nabi (12) of Afghanistan.
# Virat Kohli crossed the score of 30 for the 32nd time in T20 International. The world record in this case is recorded by Martin Guptill (33). # Indian team defeated South Africa in T20 International in India for the first time. Now 14 matches have been played between the two teams, with the Indian team leading 9-5.
# First T20 international between India and South Africa, in which Mahendra Singh Dhoni did not play.
# For South Africa, Temba Bavuma, Björn Fortuin and Enrique Nortje made their T20 international debut. The number of T20 players from South Africa has now increased to 85.