INDIA VS England: Virat Kohli smashed an unbeaten 73 to win India, breaks 3 world records

INDIA VS England

INDIA VS England 2nd T20: Indian captain Virat Kohli, recovering from a poor form, scored an unbeaten 73 runs and gave Team India a win by 7 wickets.

In the second INDIA VS England T20 match against England, India won by 7 wickets. India had a target of 165 runs and Ishan Kishan-captain Virat Kohli gave the team a brilliant half-century to win. Captain Kohli scored an unbeaten 73 and with him, Ishan Kishan scored an innings of 56 runs. The two shared a 92-run partnership and that is why England had to face defeat in the second T20. By the way, captain Virat Kohli also made three world records in his match-winning innings.

Also, Read This: Road Safety World Series: Yuvraj Singh hit 4 sixes off 4 balls, also got 5th win

Virat Kohli became the fastest captain to score 12 thousand runs. Kohli completed 12 thousand international runs in just 226 innings as captain. Before him, this record was in the name of Ricky Ponting, who had done this feat in 282 innings. Virat Kohli is the first Indian to score 12 thousand runs as a captain in international cricket. Before him, MS Dhoni’s record of scoring 11207 runs was the highest.

Virat Kohli also completed his 3000 T20 International runs in the second match played in Ahmedabad. Virat Kohli is the first cricketer in the world to have touched this figure in T20 cricket. The first 1000 runs in T20 were completed by Brandon McCallum in 2010. In 2014, McCallum touched the 2000 figure.

Virat Kohli has scored another score of more than 50 runs in T20, scoring another half-century. He is ahead of Rohit Sharma, who has done this work 25 times. 

Virat Kohli gave the credit of the victory to the bowlers of Team India. He praised Washington Sundar, Shardul Thakur and Hardik Pandya. At the same time, he also appreciated the batting of Isan Kishan, who made his debut. He liked Ishan’s aggressive stance.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *