MELBOURNE: Welcome to the T20 World Cup. Welcome to the world of Virat Kohli. All 90,293 breathless spectators, Indian and Pakistani, stood in unison Melbourne cricket ground to applaud the brilliance of India’s most complete all-format hitter after scoring 82 balls not out of 53 to get one of India’s most memorable wins in their T20 history.
Kohli said he “will count this higher” of his 82 * out of 51 balls against Australia in Mohali (in T20 WC 2016), which “was my best inning” so far.

To catch

Kohli is back and there can be no better news for India starting its World Cup campaign under tough conditions in Australia. He took control of a chase of 160 in the company of Hardik Pandia on a fast and bouncy court after India plummeted to 31/4 in 6.1 overs. Kohli and Pandya believed, putting up 113 runs for the fifth wicket as India got out of prison by four wickets.



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