The Indian cricket team won the second ODI against ODI with 6 wickets, after giving a brilliant performance at Adelaide. The match was an eye-treat for the fans, as Virat Kohli and MS Dhoni kept everyone on the edge of their seats with their brilliant partnership.

Virat Kohli, the Indian skipper led from the front, scoring a fine ton as India got back to winning ways with an impressive win in Adelaide. Chasing 299. Indian cricket team kickstarted the match with a good form with Shikhar Dhawan and Rohit Sharma adding 47 runs before the former was dismissed.

MS Dhoni and Virat Kohli, then helped India chase down the total of 299 runs, with Kohli scoring another century and MS Dhoni scoring 55 runs, with a stunning winning sixer. The way he finished the match today’s match definitely tells that he is here to stay.

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The former Indian skipper has once again shut all the criticizers and pundits who were slamming him left and right for his performances lately and were saying he should take retirement.

After the match, in a post-match interview, Virat Kohli was all praises for the former cricket team. Praising him Virat said :

“It was a really tough day, you saw MS in the end, he was tired as well. You need a good day’s rest. There is no doubt that he should be a part of this team. Tonight was MS classic. He calculates the game so well. He takes the game till the end, when only he knows what’s going on in his mind, and he backs himself to hit those big shots at the end,” 

Virat Kohli also praised Dinesh Karthik, who gave an absolutely match-winning knock at the end and scored 25 off 14 balls. He said :

Hats off to Dinesh (Karthik) as well. He came in and showed the right kind of intent. MS was as composed as ever and tonight was special for us. “

Well, the win was absolutely special for the fans as well.

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