Virat Kohli scored his 26th hundred in the continuous Test against South Africa in Pune on Friday. This was Virat Kohli's 69th global hundred over all arrangements. The India commander continued his innings on Day 2 at 63 and was careful in the first place however sent the awful conveyances to the limit. On the opening day, Virat Kohli was engaged with an amusing episode. In the 66th over, Kohli took a brisk single by playing the ball towards the privilege of Kagiso Rabada, who was positioned at point. Rabada went for the stumps however missed his objective by a major edge and the ball dashed away for a limit. Kohli, in the wake of getting four extra runs, offered a go-ahead toward the South African defenders.
On Friday, Ajinkya Rahane scored his twentieth Test 50 years to broaden India's predominance in the subsequent Test.
Prior, Mayank Agarwal showed a batting masterclass as he raised his second Test century.
Agarwal was hit on the head protector by a bouncer from debutant Anrich Nortje, yet the opener returned unequivocally and crushed Nortje for three limits in an over.
Virat Kohli had won the hurl and picked to bat yet Rohit Sharma, the twin-centurion in the past Test, couldn't duplicate the batting masterclass showed in Vizag. Kagiso Rabada's wild pace and consistency were compensated as Rohit Sharma was rejected on 14 in the tenth over.
India are 1-0 up in the three-coordinate arrangement and will hope to put a mammoth first innings aggregate on the board in Pune.