Virat Kohli, who registered his career-best T20I score of 94 not out in the first T20I against West Indies, delivered another merciless onslaught of fours and sixes during the third and final match at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai on Wednesday.
The Indian skipper completed his 24th T20I fifty off just 21 deliveries and finished on an unbeaten 70 off 29 with four fours and seven sixes. His knock that came at a strike rate of 241.38 was brutal and exquisite in equal measure.
Kohli, who emulated Kesrick Williams’ ‘notebook celebration’ after smashing him for a six in the Hyderabad T20I, was once again pumped up while facing the speedster.
In the 18th over of the first innings, Williams erred in length and Kohli had a few words for the bowler after hitting him for a massive six.
Moreover, King Kohli enjoyed watching the ball sail into the crowd.
Meanwhile, India beat Windies by 67 runs in the series decider to clinch the three-match series 2-1.