Virat Kohli was struggling for form in the lead-up to the T20I series. After a quiet Test series against England, the India captain was dismissed for 0 in the series opener. However, the skipper had downplayed concerns about his poor run of form and he has certainly walked the talk with some fine performances in the 5-match T20I series.

Virat Kohli finished the series with 231 runs in 5 matches, including 3 fifties and a highest score of 80 not out which came in the decider. Kohli braved a niggle to smash 2 sixes and 7 boundaries as India posted their 4th highest T20I total of 224 in 20 overs in the series decider against England on Saturday at the Narendra Modi Stadium.

Virat Kohli's tally of 231 is the highest aggregate total in a bilateral series involving the Test-playing nations in T20I cricket. He went past KL Rahul's tally of 224 which the India opener had achieved in India's 5-0 win in New Zealand earlier this year.

Virat Kohli - 231 runs in 5-match series against England in 2021

KL Rahul - 224 runs in 5-match series against New Zealand in 2020

Colin Munro - 223 in 3-match series against West Indies in 2018

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