Indian skipper –Virat Kohli greeted the fans and signed autographs for them after leading the side from the front to a 6-wicket win in the first One Day International of the six-match series in Durban.
On Thursday, the dashing right-hander, who played a match-winning knock of 112 off 119 balls, hitting 10 boundaries, along with Ajinkya Rahane shared a stunning 189-run stand for the third wicket to help India to took a 1-0 lead in the series against South Africa.
It was Kohli's 20th ODI ton while chasing and 33rd overall. He now has scored ODI tons against every country he has played against.
There were chants of 'Kohli...Kohli..Kohli' while the 'chase master' smashing shots during the series opener ODI, though, it was usual.
Virat Kohli has often expressed his gratitude to his fans and well-wishers for their constant support and encouragement did not leave his fans disappointed. The 29-year-old went on to greet them after his team's emphatic win over the hosts.
Indian Cricket Board (BCCI) also uploaded the picture on their official social media handle with the caption, "After a match-winning performance, Mr. Skip continues to win hearts #TeamIndia,"
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