Kohli’s record became a sixer, Virat’s steps to a new peak


In the second T20 match against South Africa in Guwahati, Kohli played an unbeaten innings of 49 runs and missed a half-century but the record still came into account.



TV9 Bharatvarsh | Edited By: Sumit Sundriyal



Oct 03, 2022, 6:00 AM IST





Till about two months ago, Virat Kohli was facing constant criticism due to poor form. There was pressure on him to perform well. There was a demand to be dropped from India’s T20 team. The same Kohli has now not only returned to great form, but has again started repeating his old habit – new records in batting. (Photo: AFP)

In the second match of the T20 series against South Africa in Guwahati on Sunday, October 2, Kohli played a powerful innings of 49 not out and contributed to the team's victory.  Kohli scored this run in just 28 balls with the help of 7 fours and 1 six.  (Photo: BCCI)

In the second match of the T20 series against South Africa in Guwahati on Sunday, October 2, Kohli played a powerful innings of 49 not out and contributed to the team’s victory. Kohli scored this run in just 28 balls with the help of 7 fours and 1 six. (Photo: BCCI)

During this innings, as soon as Kohli hit a six after the 18th run, he set another record for India in the shortest format.  He became the first batsman in India and fourth in the world to score 11,000 runs in all T20 matches.  (Photo: PTI)

During this innings, as soon as Kohli hit a six after the 18th run, he set another record for India in the shortest format. He became the first batsman in India and fourth in the world to score 11,000 runs in all T20 matches. (Photo: PTI)

Kohli has got 11030 runs in 337 innings of 354 T20 matches.  He is followed by Rohit Sharma at number two for India, who has scored 10587 runs in 387 innings of 400 matches.  (Photo: PTI)

Kohli has got 11030 runs in 337 innings of 354 T20 matches. He is followed by Rohit Sharma at number two for India, who has scored 10587 runs in 387 innings of 400 matches. (Photo: PTI)

Talking about Kohli's performance, Kohli has scored the highest 404 runs for India in 10 innings since the Asia Cup, with an average of 57.71 and a strike rate of 141.75.  He has scored 1 century and 3 half-centuries during this period.  (Photo: AFP)

Talking about Kohli’s performance, Kohli has scored the highest 404 runs for India in 10 innings since the Asia Cup, with an average of 57.71 and a strike rate of 141.75. He has scored 1 century and 3 half-centuries during this period. (Photo: AFP)


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