The top two will be An­tigua (vs WI in 2016) and Mum­bai (vs Eng­land in 2016). All dou­ble hun­dreds are spe­cial but those two are more spe­cial be­cause one was away from home and one against Eng­land in chal­leng­ing con­di­tions as it was very hot and hu­mid there


The Times of India (New Delhi edition) - - Times Sport - 254* 243 235 213 211 204 200 336 287 340 267 366 246 283 75.59 84.66 69.11 79.77 57.65 82.92 70.67 SA SL Eng SL NZ Ban WI Pune Delhi Mum­bai Nag­pur In­dore H’bad An­tigua 2019-20 2017-18 2016-17 2017-18 2016-17 2016-17

Kohli’s straight driven fours off Kag­iso Rabada were dipped in class and tim­ing. He played some breath­tak­ing short-arm pulls be­sides ca­ress­ing the ball be­tween mid-on and mid-wicket. A flicked four that he played show­ing the

Even South Africa’s in­terim, team di­rec­tor Enoch Nkwe was in awe of the way the duo took re­spon­si­bil­ity. “They led by ex­am­ple,” he said. “When you bowl to a world class line-up, that’s what hap­pens. We have to learn from their part­ner­ship — how to get through tough pe­ri­ods and ap­ply your­self men­tally.”

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