Virat Kohli made this great record in South Africa, the first Asian captain to do so

The third and final match of the Test series between India and South Africa (Ind vs SA) is played in Cape Town. The Indian team won the toss and decided to hit first. His first inning dropped to 223 runs. Captain Virat Kohli scored the 79 highest runs. This is the 28th half century of Kohli’s test run. He also achieved a special achievement during his innings.

Kohli has become the first Asian captain to score 1000 runs (all formats) in South Africa. He has surpassed former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly in this matter. Ganguly has 911 races to his name. Kohli has scored 1,003 runs in 15 innings of 11 games with an average of 83.58. It has marked 4 centuries and 3 half centuries on South African soil.

Virat Kohli has also become the second Indian to score the most runs in test matches on South African soil. He has left behind former cricketer and India team head coach Rahul Dravid.

Virat Kohli got ahead of Dravid just scoring 14 runs. Kohli now has 690 runs in 7 test matches. At the same time, Dravid scored 624 runs in 22 innings with a 29.71 average. He also scored 1 century and 2 half centuries. Kohli scored 35 and 18 runs in the first game of this test series. He did not play in the second test match in Johannesburg. Had to sit outside due to stiff back.

Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar is South Africa’s leading scorer in runs. He scored 1,161 runs in 28 innings. During this his average has been 46.44. Tendulkar scored 5 centuries and 3 half centuries.

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