A world record effort by Virat Kohli, who now has 492* runs in the series against South Africa. The most any batsman has ever accumulated in a bilateral ODI series. Previous: 491 Rohit Sharma vs Aus in 2013. #RSAvInd— Mazher Arshad (@MazherArshad) February 16, 2018
Lungi Ngidi strikes with four to limit India after Rohit Sharma's 115 set the visitors on their way to 274/7. South Africa will require the second biggest successful chase at Port Elizabeth to win the 5th ODI. #SAvIND LIVE ➡️ https://t.co/e50mjmzvIn pic.twitter.com/n81stFwtvK— ICC (@ICC) February 13, 2018
Rohit Sharma's batting average of 11.45 in ODIs in South Africa - the lowest for any Indian batsman who has played atleast 10 innings in top-order (1-7) in any particular country. #SAvIND— Umang Pabari (@UPStatsman) February 10, 2018
Another run-out! Ajinkya Rahane becomes the second victim of a misunderstanding with Rohit Sharma at the other end.— Cricbuzz (@cricbuzz) February 13, 2018
🇮🇳 are panicking, and 🇿🇦 have got two bonus wickets.
India 🇮🇳 - 176/3 after 31.5 overs.https://t.co/bcahLrPtHv#SAvIND
India Beat South Africa By 8 Wickets And Won The Series With 5-1. Kudos To The Boys What A Great Performance Showed By Them Throughout The Series. Congrats India 💪🙏🇮🇳 #INDvSA #SAvIND #SAvsIND Virat Kohli Rohit Sharma 6th ODI pic.twitter.com/jaT4l6veZT— Sir Ravindra Jadeja (@SirrrJadeja) February 16, 2018