Indian cricket team won the 3-match T20 series 2-1 defeating Australia by 6 wickets in Hyderabad. In the third match, India had a huge target of 187 runs to win, which the team achieved at the loss of 4 wickets with one ball remaining in the last over. Suryakumar Yadav (69) and Virat Kohli (63) were star of the match. In the match, Kohli also made many records in his name.
Virat scored 63 runs in 48 balls. With this innings, he has also become the second highest run-scorer for Team India in international cricket after Sachin Tendulkar (34357). He broke the record of the team’s head coach Rahul Dravid at present. Dravid scored 24064 runs in international cricket while playing for India. At the same time, former Indian captain Virat Kohli has so far scored 24078 runs.
The fifty in Hyderabad was the 33rd half-century of Virat’s T20I career. With this fifty, he also became the player to score the highest 50+ scores in T20 Internationals against a country. Kohli scored 50+ innings for the 8th time in T20Is against Australia, which is a world record. Before Virat, the record was recorded in the name of David Warner. He had scored 50+ scores 7 times against Sri Lanka.