India Wins the Second T20 Against South Africa
Virat Kohli accompanied Quinton de Kock to the top of the standings as India wins the second T20 against South Africa chasing 149 runs in 19 over in Mohali to take a 1-0 lead in the three-match series.
Both captains scored half-centuries for their respective teams, but Kohli beat his South African counterpart to earn a seven-on-seven victory over a winner – India’s first victory over South Africa in an international match home against the T20.
On Wednesday, Kohli set a new record by becoming the top scorer of the T20 Internationals, surpassing teammate Rohit Sharma. Kohli now has 2,441 runs over 66 innings, averaging 50.85. Rohit has 2,434 appearances over 89 innings. The Indian skipper has now scored 22 half-centuries in T20I, which is also a record.
What is it about Virat Kohli and T20I run chases in Mohali? 🤷♂️
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