ICC World Twenty20: 'One-man army' Virat Kohli toast of cricket world after Mumbai masterclass

Kohli scored an unbeaten 83 off 47 balls with 11 fours and one six at an astounding strike rate of 189.36. 

Last Updated: Apr 01, 2016, 12:15 PM IST
ICC World Twenty20: 'One-man army' Virat Kohli toast of cricket world after Mumbai masterclass

New Delhi: Despite the Indian team not playing to its full potential, Virat Kohli was in sensational form right through the tournament. 

The Delhi batsman virtually carried the team single-handedly to the semi-final of ICC World Twenty20.

After unbeaten fifties against Pakistan and Australia, the 27-year-old was at it again at Mumbai's iconic Wankhede stadium on Thursday.

Kohli scored an unbeaten 83 off 47 balls with 11 fours and one six at an astounding strike rate of 189.36. 

His 63-minute stay at the crease included not just breathtaking shots but also some unbelievable running between the wickets.

Unfortunately for him and India, the West Indies achieved 193-run target with 2 balls to spare.

Though India crashed out of the tournament, Kohli's knock was hailed by the cricket fraternity.