Dhaka, Mar 19: Pakistan skipper Misbah-ul Haq heaped praise on India's batting sensation Virat Kohli and said it was the best innings that he had witnessed while he also credited Sachin Tendulkar and Rohit Sharma for impressive performance which helped the team chase a mammoth target of 330.
"Virat's innings is the best I have seen so far," he said.
Pakistan captain, though was quite disappointed with the loss after having posted 329/6 in their quota of 50 overs, credited the Indians for a wonderful batting display despite his team's loss to the arch rivals.
"Credit also goes to Sachin and Rohit. They all batted excellently, but we could have bowled better."
He further added saying 329 was a good score and "Excellent innings by Kohli. Credit goes to their batsmen, it's easy out there under lights, 329 is still a good score. The best innings (Kohli) I have ever seen," said Misbah.
Everyone praised Kohli for his impressive 183 off 148 balls, as he was involved in big partnerships with Sachin Tendulkar (133) and Rohit Sharma (172) to help India chase a mammoth 330 which happened to be the best run chase for India after their successful run chase (326) against England at Lords.