Kohli makes yet another world record

Indian captain Virat Kohli is in the form of his life and he is keeping his unbelievable form going in the 6th and the final ODI too.

He has now reached the highest number of runs scored by a batsman in a bilateral ODI series, passing his team-mate Rohit Sharma’s 491 against Australia in 2013.

In the ongoing ODI against South Africa, India is some moments away to finish the series with a win. According to the latest update India is only 35 runs away from winning the match courtesy of Kohli’s yet another blistering hundred which is his number 35.

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Earlier, South Africa bowled out for just 204 runs. New young gun Shardaul Thakur picked up 4 wickets while leg spinner Chahal and Jasprit Bumrah picked up 2 wickets each to restrict South Africa to a small total.

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