Kohli creates five new records in the ODI series against Proteas

New Delhi: Indian skipper Virat Kohli once again displayed his supremacy in the sixth and final ODI match against South Africa on Friday. The star batsman magical knock of 129 runs helped India register a comfortable 8 wickets win in Centurion.

Kohli led from the front and asserted his authority on the South African bowlers who seemed helpless in front of him. The right-hand batsman smashed 19 fours and 2 sixes in his illustrious innings against the Proteas.

The 'Men in Blue' under the able leadership of Kohli clinched the series 5-1 and created history by winning the first-ever ODI series in South Africa. The Delhi born cricketer credited his wife Anushka Sharma for the success.

It won't be wrong to say that Kohli attacked the opposition as a one-man army. Indian head coach Ravi Shastri even hailed the skipper and said he is the world's best batsman.

Virat Kolhi was on a record- creating spree in the series against South Africa. 

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