Virat Kohli warns South Africa, promises to unleash more misery on them

Thwarting the South Africans in their own den, Team India, under Virat Kohli, has written a new chapter in the glorious history of Indian cricket. Winning an ODI series that too for the first time since inception of cricket after failing on numerous counts, Virat and his men have demonstrated what they are capable of. When South Africa defeated India in the fourth ODI, it was believed that host were up for another winning battle in the fifth match but the way Indians responded back in the time of adversity, sumps up their desire of getting better in every game they play for their country.

Captain Virat Kohli has warned South Africa before the sixth and last ODI, promising them of more misery. "We want to win 5-1 but there might be a scenario to give a few (other) guys a chance." Kohli said.

Although he was the main stay of the batting line-up, Rohit Sharma had two terrible mix-ups with Virat Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane, resulting in two unfortunate run-outs. Firstly, it was the turn of Indian skipper, who was batting on 36 when Rohit Sharma said no to his call for a risky single. Afterwards, Ajinkya Rahane was looking for one run, but again Rohit responded late, sending Rahane back to the pavilion.


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