Captain Virat Kohli achieved a special achievement on the second day of the third Test between India and South Africa in Newlands. Apart from this, Jasprit Bumrah also did wonders on the second day.

Virat Kohli completed his 100 sacks in Test cricket, setting another record to his name in the final match of the Test series against South Africa. The 33-year-old Virat achieved this position by brilliantly catching Temba Bavuma on Mohammed Shami’s slips.

With this, Kohli has become the sixth Indian to make 100 or more sacks in test cricket. The Indian captain accomplished this feat in his 99th test. Before him, Rahul Dravid, VVS Laxman, Sachin Tendulkar, Sunil Gavaskar and Mohammad Azharuddin have done this feat.

Rahul Dravid (209 receptions in 163 games), VVS Laxman (135 receptions in 134 games), Sachin Tendulkar (115 receptions in 200 games), Sunil Gavaskar (108 receptions in 125 games), Mohammad Azharuddin (105 receptions in 99 games) AND after this, Virat Kohli (100 receptions in 99 matches) joined this elite roster of Indian cricketers.

In the first innings, fast pitcher Jasprit Bumrah took five wickets for 42 runs. For the second time against South Africa, Bumrah has done incredible. At the same time, Bumrah took five wickets for the seventh time in test cricket. With this, he became the third Indian bowler after Kapil Dev and Irfan Pathan to achieve this feat in 27 events.

Also Harbhajan Singh (7/120 in 2010/11), S Sreesanth (5/114 in 2010/11) and now Bumrah (5/42 in 2021/22) are the third bowlers from India to have taken five wickets. in Cape Town. . .

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