Ahmedabad: Indian team captain Virat Kohli’s bat thundered for the second straight game in T20. Kohli also hit a searing 77 in the third T20 game against England. Kohli ended his half century with just 37 balls. Kohli marked the 27th half-century of his T20 career.
Kohli’s explosive hitter
In the third T20 game, Kohli faced 77 balls out of 46 balls, including 8 to four and 4 to six. In the second T20 match, Kohli had previously given Team India a stunning victory with a blistering 73-point 49-ball round. Kohli had scored 5 fours and 3 sixes in his 49-ball innings. Fans are very happy with Kohli’s return to form.
2nd T20I fifty for @imVkohli! The captain of #TeamIndia marks his second half-century in a row. @Paytm #INDvENG
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– BCCI (@BCCI) March 16, 2021
Highest half-century of T20 cricket
Virat Kohli has the tallest half-century of T20 cricket in the world of cricket. Virat counts today 27 half-centuries. At number two is Team India hitman Rohit Sharma, who has 25 half centuries to his credit. India set a goal of 157 races for victory over England in the third match of T20 with half-century help from captain Virat Kohli.
India scored 156 points
After losing the toss and hitting first, the hosts scored 156 points for six wickets in 20 overs. For India, Captain Kohli smashed 77 runs on 46 balls using eight fours and four sixes and completed his 27th and second straight half-century of his career. Apart from him, Rishabh Pant scored 25 points, Rohit Sharma 15 and Hardik Pandaya scored 17 points. For England, fast bowler Mark Wood won the most three wickets for 31 points in four assists. Apart from him, Chris Jordan had two wickets.