Mohali: Team India captain Virat Kohli is always in the news for his brilliant performances. Virat, who has made the team won many times with his batting, also performs well in the fielding. A sample of this was shown in the second T20 played between India and South Africa. Kohli caught a surprise catch and got the opposition team's captain Quinton De Kock out. The 12th over of South Africa's innings was going on at Mohali.
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Navdeep Saini was bowling and Quinton De Kock had completed his fifties playing the first match of his captaincy. Virat Kohli weaved a net and succeeded in getting him out on the second ball of this over. De Kock wanted to play the second ball of the 12th over from the mid-off and straight, but the ball bounced high in the air. Captain Virat Kohli was fielding at short mid-off there.
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Virat kept an eye on the ball and made great dives while travelling a considerable distance and bounced in the air and caught the catch. Left-handed batsman Quinton De Kock scored 52 runs in 37 balls with the help of 8 fours in this match against India. This is the third fifty of Quinton DeoKock's T20 international career. India had won in this match.
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