India’s vice- captain Virat Kohli, who had been in phenomenal form and almost single-handedly led the Indian chase match after match in the World Twenty20, was adjudged the man of the tournament after the final . Batting in sublime form Kohli amassed 273 runs in the tournament, that included three half-centuries.
Having remained not out thrice, he averaged an astounding 136.50. The run of scores were 23, 55 not out, 24, 82 not out and 89 not out.
But more than the quantity of runs, what stood out was the circumstances in which he played the big knocks.
The under-pressure batting performances have not only made the spectators wonderstruck, but also earned plaudits from the experts. (IANS)