IND Vs SA: India’s South Africa win by 124 runs in the third ODI, Kohli’s 34th Century
Virat Kohli made the record for the highest captaincy as India captain.
Thanks to Virat Kohli (160 *) 34th century, India defeated South Africa by a huge margin of 124 in the third one-dayer. India first scored 303 runs. In reply, South Africa were all out for 179 runs in 40 overs. Duminy top scored with 51 runs. Leg-spinner Yusufendra Chahal and left-hander spinner Kuldeep Yadav were the pick of India’s four-wicket haul. Fast bowler Bumrah also got two wickets. India has made a 3-0 lead in the six-match series. The fourth match of the series will be played in Johannesburg on February 10.
India’s most successful Indian captain
This is the 12th century as Indian captain Kohli. In this way, he has become the most successful Indian captain. Earlier Sourav Ganguly had scored 11 ODI centuries as captain.
Half Century of Dhawan
Earlier, Kagiso Rabada gave India the first blow in the first over when he got Rohit Sharma in the hands of wicketkeeper Heinrich Klassen playing in the debut match. Dhawan completed the fifty chase on Imran Tahir’s ball. They reached this floor up to 42 balls. Dhawan made 25th Fifty. Dhawan and Virat took over the 140-run partnership for the innings. Virat completed Duminy’s delivery by taking 1 for Fifty.
Dhoni became the victim of Tahir after making 10 runs
At the same time, Rahane scored 11 runs and Duminy’s ball was playing in the air and Fehlukuyo ran backwards to get a spectacular catch. Virat completed his double hundred with Duminy’s ball. They reached this floor on 119 ball with the help of 7 squares. Dhoni became the victim of Tahir after making 10 runs. However, Fehlukuyo ran Kedar Jadhav (1). After this Virat took the score to 300. Bhuvneshwar remained unbeaten 16 runs.
Akhari Six Innings Four Centuries
Kohli has scored four hundreds in his last six one-dayers. This is his second century in South Africa. He also scored two hundreds against New Zealand. During this period, his biggest score was 160 runs. They were unbeaten twice.
Dhoni completes 400 victims in ODIs
Mahendra Singh Dhoni, after stamping Markram, completed his 400 victims in ODIs. He is the fourth wicketkeeper in the world to do this.