Team India struggled initially in their Asia Cup game vs. Nepal, dropping three catches in the first five overs.

Virat Kohli, Shreyas Iyer, and Ishan Kishan were among the players responsible for the dropped catches.

India recovered swiftly, taking wickets consistently to regain control of the match.

Kohli redeemed himself by taking a one-handed catch, marking his 143rd ODI catch and surpassing Ross Taylor.

Kohli now ranks fourth in the list of most catches in ODIs, trailing Mohammed Azharuddin, Ricky Ponting, and Mahela Jayawardene.

In the list of active players, Kohli leads with 143 catches, followed by Chris Gayle, Martin Guptill, and Shoaib Malik.

Kohli is nearing 13,000 runs in ODI cricket, just 98 runs away from the milestone.

Rohit Sharma is also close to a milestone, needing 152 runs to complete 10,000 runs in ODIs.

Kohli's form and record-breaking potential are closely watched as he approaches these significant milestones.

Team India's performance will be closely observed in the ongoing Asia Cup, where individual records and team success are both at stake.