4. Virat Kohli (183 in 148 balls vs Pakistan in Bangladesh (Dhaka)in 2012)
If a team is given a target of 330 to chase in a One Day International, then it is always a difficult task, but Virat Kohli made it look so simple that he single-handedly won the game for India. Kohli hardly showed any nerves and looked at his destructive best. The 31-year-old smashed the Pakistani bowlers with his classical drives and well-timed flicks.
The right-hander didn’t hesitate to play the big shots and looked like a man possessed. Kohli pulled the ball wonderfully and placed the ball in the gaps quite smartly. Kohli rotated the strike intelligently keeping in mind the run rate.
The skipper played every ball on merit and looked strong square of the wicket while facing the seaming deliveries. Kohli hit 22 boundaries and 1 six. India chased the target of 330 comfortably with two overs to spare. Kohli’s inning helped India win the game by six wickets.