Virat Kohli breaks & makes new records in 3rd match against South Africa
India defeated South Africa in the third match of the six-match one day international series by 124 runs, with captain Virat Kohli emerging as the star once again.
Virat made an unbeaten 160 runs and broke several records while doing so. He broke Sourav Ganguly’s record to become the Indian ODI captain with the most hundreds.
Virat Kohli also became the first Indian to score 100 or more runs by running in an ODI innings.
Kohli became the first Indian to score 100 or more runs by running in an ODI innings and only the 5th batsman overall.
The 29-year-old smashed 12 fours and two sixes in his record-breaking innings and made exactly 100 runs by running.
The most amazing fact about this record breaking is that Virat was struggling with cramps while making the huge score.
Kohli's unbeaten 160 from 159 balls is the highest individual score by an Indian batsman against South Africa while playing in that country.