Virat Kohli is no stranger to breaking records in any format of cricket and when he takes the field against New Zealand in the third T20I encounter in Hamilton on Wednesday, he will be on the verge of surpassing MS Dhoni in another elite list. The Indian cricket team skipper is just 25 runs away from surpassing his compatriot in the list of highest run-getters as captain in T20Is. Kohli is currently in the fourth spot behind MS Dhoni (1,112), New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson (1148), and South Africa captain Faf du Plessis (1,273).Kohli is also one fifty plus score away from becoming the captain with most fifty plus scores in T20Is as he is currently tied with du Plessis and Williamson with eight such knocks. The long list of potential records does not end there as Kohli can also become the second captain ever to hit 50 sixes as skipper in T20Is – a feat achieved by England’s Eoin Morgan. Kohli is currently seven maximums away from joining that list.READ: 8 overs, 52 runs, 1 six, 0 MoM – Biggest difference between India and NZIndia again outclassed New Zealand as they coasted to a seven-wicket victory in… Read full this story
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