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Team India’s veteran batsman Virat Kohli is back in form. He played an important role in the victory of Team India in the final and deciding match of the three-match T20I series against Australia on Sunday in Hyderabad. Kohli scored 63 runs on 48 balls with 3 fours and 4 sixes. Thanks to this half-century innings, they broke the record of former Indian captain Rahul Dravid and became the second most run-scoring batsman for India in international cricket.

49-year-old Dravid has scored 24064 runs for India in international cricket. The 144 runs scored by his Asia XI and ICC World XI have not been added.

At the same time, Virat has scored 24078 runs in all three formats of international cricket. Topping this list is the great Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar, who scored 34357 runs at an average of 48.52 in 664 matches for India.

Talking about Kohli’s statistics, he has scored 3660 runs in T20I at an average of 50.8 and a strike rate of 138.1, while in ODI cricket, his bat has scored 12344 runs at an average of 57.7 in 262 matches. The right-handed batsman’s Test career has also been brilliant. He scored 8074 at an average of 49.53 in 102 matches.