Runmachine Kohli produced history, broke Sachin’s major record, became that number 1 batsman.

The second test of the test series being played between India and South Africa started today in Pune, where Indian captain Kohli won the toss and decided to fight first.

While India lost its first wicket early in the form of Rohit Sharma, Mayank Agarwal made its second century of the series, Mayank Agarwal made 108 out of 195 balls, including 16 fours and 2 sixes. Pujara earned 58 runs, too.

Upon his dismissal, Captain Kohli entered the field, after which, as soon as Kohli scored 17, he broke the record of the great Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar, and now Kohli became the highest Indian batsman as captain against South Africa. Gone, Kohli has 554 runs now.

In this event, he left behind Sachin’s record of 553 runs, followed by MS Dhoni (461), Soura Ganguly (187), Rahul Dravid (125) and Mohammad Azharuddin (120).

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