India v South Africa: Virat Kohli hits 254 as hosts dominate

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As his side dominated day two of the second Test against South Africa captain Virat Kohli played with an Indian record Test twice.
273-3 was prevailed on by the hosts and Kohli chose his score from 63 into 254 not out before announcing as 601-5 was hit by his negative.
The only India wickets to fall upon the second day at Pune have been Ajinkya Rahane (58) and Ravindra Jadeja (91).
South Africa lost Dean Elgar Aiden Markram and Temba Bavuma as they reached 36-3 at the close.
Because he was trapped leg before wicket from paceman Umesh Yadav, who bowled fellow opener Elgar markram went .
Before Valve Wriddhiman Saha captured him off pace bowler Mohammed Shami, bavuma made eight.
Kohlis innings was his greatest in the format of the game and watched him pass on the six dual centuries registered by Sachin Tendulkar and Virender Sehwag.
Hes joint fourth to the all-time list, together with Englands Wally Hammond and Sri Lankas Mahela Jayawardene.
Australian Sir Donald Bradman directs the record on 12, with Kumar Sangakkara second on 11 along with also West Indies Brian Lara on two.
World number one rated side India lead the three-match string after winning the first Test.
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