Record-breaker Kohli leads India to another easy win over SA

Posted February 18, 2018

"We were just outplayed again". Virat Kohli has led the team from the front.

"I would safely say he is the best batsman in the world". "He's obviously in incredible touch and showing it", Markram explained. His hunger for runs and desperation to finish games is up there with the very best, and that's why he is one of the best players in the world. He has been one of the differences and their spinners have also played a massive role.

Asked if he is embarrassed with the margin of series defeat, Markram felt that the choice of word was too harsh.

"I think they have been bowling well in tandem".

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Alongside the skipper, batsmen Rohit Sharma, Shikhar Dhwawan, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Hardik Pandya will look to make the most of their capabilities in the shortest format. "Wickets will reduce the runs on board and with that mindset have good plans in place and hopefully it works out for us".

"It's crucial that we learn from our mistakes". You just look at their bilateral record and they are one of the great sides in bilateral cricket. He finished the series in style with his 35th ODI ton and third of the series, aggregating 558 in the six matches at a staggering average of 186.

"It was always going to be tough. It is up to us to discuss and improve on those things going forward and solidifying those areas for ourselves", he signed off.

This troll did not upset her in a negative way but rather she took it in a positive way and underwent a lot of training make sure beau Virat comes back to form.

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The Proteas had no answer as Kohli belted 129 not out, taking his tally for the series to a record 553, comfortably surpassing the previous milestone of 491 set by global colleague Rohit Sharma in 2013. The duo added 23 runs for the opening wicket before Amla was caught behind, pulling down leg side off a short ball from Thakur. So there are various forms of pressure - captaincy is just one of them. India fielding coach R Sridhar had earlier talked about how a game with reduced overs, like the Wanderers ODI, brings the two teams on even keel.

While the India deputy skipper's 115 in the penultimate match remains fresh in the mind, it is not east to ignore that he has had a dismal series otherwise.

Raina also suggested MS Dhoni should take the No 4 slot to help the inexperienced middle order, a problem they have been struggling with in ODIs."You see Dhoni batting below, he should come up and bat more so that he gets more time to settle", Raina said.

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