India versus West Indies: Virat Kohli claims seventh Man of the Series grant, levels with Sourav Ganguly

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Virat Kohli was in a splendid shape amid the as of late finished up ODI arrangement and with 453 keeps running in five matches, he was unarguably the best decision to guarantee the Man of the Series grant.

Virat Kohli added another honor to his renowned profession as he asserted his seventh Man of the Series grant to measure up to the record held together by Sourav Ganguly and Yuvraj Singh after India vanquished West Indies in the fifth ODI experience to secure the five-coordinate arrangement 2-1 in Thiruvananthapuram.

While Virat is currently tied with any semblance of Viv Richards and Ricky Ponting, just Sachin Tendulkar, Sanath Jayasuriya and Shaun Pollock are in front of him with 15, 11 and 9 grants individually.

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Kohli was in a splendid shape amid the as of late closed ODI arrangement and with 453 keeps running in five matches, he was unarguably the best decision to guarantee the Man of the Series grant.

Prior in the arrangement, Virat Kohli achieved the 10,000-run check in the 50-over organization in style with 157 not out from 129 balls in the second match in Visakhapatnam. He additionally scored 140 in India's arrangement opening eight-wicket triumph.

The 29-year-old outperformed individual Indian batting extraordinary Sachin Tendulkar, who initially crossed the 10,000-run stamp in 259 innings in 2001.

Kohli, playing his 213th ODI, continued to score 157 off 129 movements to enroll his 37th ODI century since making his presentation against Sri Lanka in 2008.

In the third ODI Kohli added another quill to his famous top as he turned into the main Indian cricketer to score three back to back hundreds of years in ODI cricket.

Ravindra Jadeja scalped a four-wicket pull to enable India to enlist a monstrous nine-wicket triumph over West Indies in the last ODI of the progressing five-coordinate arrangement at the Greenfield International Stadium on Thursday.