Virat Kohli continued his red hot form with the bat as the India captain took the hosts to a commanding 473/4 at tea on Day 2 of the second Test in Indian Pune, Times of India reports.
Unbeaten on 194 before the break, Kohli looked on course to his seventh double ton.Ravindra Jadeja provided excellent support to Kohli from the other end with a cautious 25 off 59 balls.
Resuming on 356/3 post lunch, India lost Rahane early after the break for 59. But then Kohli along with Jadeja added 97-run to put India in the driver's seat. For South
Africa, it was an another disappointing session as they could only manage one wicket in the session. Keshav Maharaj got rid of Rahane 10 minutes after the lunch break