Virat Kohli smashed six four and as many as six to record his best T20I career score of 94 out.

Virat Kohli hit an unbeaten ninety-four off 50 balls as India beat the West Indies by six wickets within the first Twenty20 International (T20I) in Hyderabad on Friday. After an as a substitute sedate begins in the monstrous chase, Virat Kohli becomes fired up after Kesrick Williams nearly collided with him mid-pitch in the thirteenth over. Then, the Indian skipper hit Jason Holder for a most to attain his 23rd T20I fifty in the 15th over of the chase. Kohli turned into on a rampage inside the 16th overs bowled through Williams that went for 23 runs. Kohli even imitated Kesrick Williams's "notebook" birthday celebration after hitting him for a six.


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