In terms of the most fifty-plus scores in a single ICC Cricket World Cup, Virat Kohli is tied with all-arounder Shakib al Hasan of Bangladesh and fellow countryman and renowned batsman Sachin Tendulkar. Virat Kohli struck five fours and a six in his 51 runs off of 56 balls. At a strike rate of more than 91, he scored runs. He now leads South Africa’s Quinton de Kock by a wide margin after his upset of the Netherlands.Virat Kohli played an additional innings on Sunday against the Netherlands, scoring over 50 runs. With this, he outran South African Quinton de Kock in the race. When India plays New Zealand in the first semi-final on Wednesday in Mumbai, Virat will get another chance.
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