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WATCH: Virat Kohli's craze among fans at Capetown in South Africa

The legendary India batter scored a brave 46 runs in the first innings were the Indian batting collapsed from all 153/4 to 153 all out having a lead of just 98 runs on South Africa

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In the second Test match against the South Africa at Cape Town were the 23 wickets in a day caught eyes of all pundits and fans. In such a captivating action, the innings of Virat Kohli gardened a lot of appreciation from fans and cricket Pundits. The fans turned up in huge number to watch the showman bat in the first innings of second Test.

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Fans were treated to an outstanding display by the Indian cricket team on Day 1. Amid the cheers and applause, the spotlight was undeniably on Virat Kohli, the epitome of modern cricket. The legendary India batter scored a brave 46 runs in the first innings were the Indian batting collapsed from all 153/4 to 153 all out.

After day’s play, when the Indian team were heading back to the team hotel by their team bus, then fans were seen yelling out Virat’s name and were waving at him. In the video it can also be seen that Virat also waved back at the fans. It is sometime astonishing to see the level of fan following that the former India skipper has across the globe.

Watch the video here;

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India defeat South Africa by seven wickets in second Test

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