Virat Kohli to surpass the greatest of all Don Bradman?

[caption id="attachment_62505" align="aligncenter" width="580"]RON_7479 Virat to score 104 runs more to get pass Bradman's record[/caption]

XtraTime Web Desk: Indian skipper Virat Kohli broke many records so far in his cricketing career and the in- form batsman is looking to get passed the greatest of all Sir Don Bradman as India playing against South Africa in the proteas soil.

Kohli scored 870 runs so far in this tour in his 13 innings. He has to scored 104 runs in remaining two matches to get passed Bradman’s record who scored 974 runs in five test matches against England in 1930. Though, Sir Viv Richards is in the top of the list as he scored 1045 runs during West Indies tour of England in 1976.

Kholi scored 286 runs in the test series where India lost the series to the host 2-1 followed by 558 runs in six ODIs where he smashed three centuries to help his team to claim the series 5-1.

Virat contributed 26 runs in the opening T20I game in 20 balls as India beat South Africa by 28 runs in the three match series. He has two games left to move past Bradman and Richards to join the elite club.

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