It was a memorable birthday for Virat Kohli on Sunday. The India star turned 35 and made the second more vital with a world record-equalling 49th ODI century. There was practically nothing that Kohli might have fouled up on the day that had a place with him. Kohli engaged with the bat as well as with his dance moves. During India’s handling the circle jockey played the tune ‘Ainvayi’ from the film ‘Band Baaja Baaraat’ and Kohli had Eden Nurseries on its feet with his astonishing dance. It is actually quite important that his significant other and Bollywood entertainer Anushka Sharma is the one on whom this tune was recorded in the film.
Aside from Kohli (101 not out off 121 balls), Ravindra Jadeja likewise sparkled as India whipped South Africa by 243 runs in a top-of-the-table conflict on Sunday.
Kohli equalled the record of extraordinary Sachin Tendulkar – – who likewise has 49 ODI tons to his name – – as India posted a major complete of 326 for 5 on the precarious wicket in Kolkata in the wake of picking to bat first.
“It is really quite much for me to take in now, to approach my legend’s record is something uniquely great for me. He is flawlessness with regards to batting. Be that as it may, I’m never going to be on par with him,” Kohli said during the post-match show.
The star hitter further harped on his praise of Tendulkar.
“It’s an extremely profound second for me, I know where I come from. I know the days where I have been watched him on television, and just to get that appreciation from him is a big deal to me,” added Kohli.
Shreyas Iyer was the second-best scorer for India with a commitment of 77 while Rohit Sharma likewise played a rankling 40-run knock off just 24 balls.
In answer, Ravindra Jadeja returned a five-wicket pull (5 for 33) as India packaged out the Proteas for 83.