Quinton De Kock make and break records in Ind vs SA 3rd ODI match

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South African goalkeeper and starter Quinton de Kock, who played a brilliant century in this match, was awarded the man of the match award.

India team lost this series 3-0, in the last match, Virat and Shikhar Dhawan make India lose this match for half a century, this loss has negative effect on KL Rahul’s captaincy.

Now, after playing well in the last of this ODI series, Kock breaks the record held by former Indian player Virendra Sehwag and former Australian player Gilchrist.

Quinton De Kock breaks Gilchrist and Virendra Sehwag records

During this, he also broke a record each held by former India starter Virender Sehwag and former Australian legend Adam Gilchrist.

Quinton de Kock he was fired as the team’s fourth batter. He hit 12 fours and 2 sixes in his 130-ball inning.

With this masterful tackle, he is able to break Sehwag’s record of scoring 6 centuries in the fewest innings against any opposing team.

While at the same time surpassing Gilchrist in most ODI centuries as a goalkeeper

If we talk about Virendra then he has 6 ODI centuries in 23 innings against New Zealand and on the other hand Kock completes this in just 16 innings.

At the same time, Gilchrist has 16 ODI centuries to his name, while de Kock’s number of ODI centuries has now risen to 17.

Sri Lankan player Kumar Sangakkara is at the top of this list because 23 ODI centuries ago.

Quinton De Kock against India makes good records

De Kock, 29, completed 1000 runs in just the 16th ODI against India. His highest score against India is 135.

He achieved this position with the help of 6 centuries and 2 half centuries with an average of 67 years.

De Kock and Steve Smith of Australia touched the 1000-run mark in 16-16 innings against Team India.

Former South African starter Gary Kirsten made 19 while Australian Matthew Hayden did this feat in 20 innings.

In ODI format Quinton De Kock also completed 1000 runs against India. In this way, the India team lost those ODI series against the host.