India skipper Virat Kohli on Wednesday praised Rohit Sharma's match-wining hundred against South Africa in testing conditions other than raving about his star pacer Jasprit Bumrah. 

India, who needed to trust that long will make their first showing, outflanked South Africa by six wickets to start their World Cup crusade on a decided note. 

"The hold up was long and after that you get a game like this where it was trying all through. From our perspective it was imperative to begin the correct note. We probably won't have had the run rate, however in the event that you take a gander at how the game went and how the pitch carried on, it was testing," said Kohli at the post-coordinate introduction. 

"Caps off to Rohit, his innings was uncommon. And furthermore the folks who batted around him. I would state it's an expert win." South Africa picked to bat in the wake of winning the hurl yet Kohli said he would have bowled first in any case. Bumrah gave the early achievements again by expelling openers Quinton de Kock and Hashim Amla. 

"We were going to bowl first. They were falling off two misfortunes, so you need to ensure you get the initial 15 overs right. Jasprit is working at an alternate dimension to be straightforward. The way he's bowling, the batsmen feel the weight constantly. Not the other path round. Chahal (four wickets) was exceptional also." 

Kohli took a sharp catch on the bowling of Bumrah to reject de Kock. 

"There's one thing to see a bowler bowl, however to get that ball, to feel its largeness. When I got it, for 15 minutes my hands were humming. He's not giving any complimentary gifts. 

"With the new ball he was totally extraordinary. Haven't seen Amla get out like that in one-day cricket. Indeed, even Quinny, he hurried him for pace," he said alluding to de Kock's rejection. 

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India next face Australia at The Oval on Sunday. 

"The primary win is constantly significant. On the field, we were sure as a gathering. With the bat, we needed to work our way through as a result of the assault they have. That is the place Rohit's innings was extremely exceptionally extraordinary. You need experienced folks to hold up. 

"One of the main three getting a hundred is something we bank on. KL (Rahul) batted truly well with him. At that point MS (Dhoni) demonstrated incredible self-control. Hardik completed well as well. He looks in a decent headspace," he included. 

South Africa captain Faf du Plessis said India set up an expert execution and the nonappearance of harmed pacers like Dale Steyn and Lungi Ngidi hurt them. 

"Their bowling was brilliant, they have great quick bowlers and spinners. We did well to pull it back with the bat before their spinners went through our center request. 

"Rohit (dropped twice) had a touch of karma however he did what we didn't do - get a hundred and win." 

On choosing to bat, he included: "The development to the match, the data stated, a great deal of runs were scored, and the make-up of our group, with the quick bowling assets gone, we went with turn. On the off chance that we had Steyn and Ngidi, we would get the opportunity to assault with cloudy conditions. 

"(Kagiso) Rabada is a victor, haven't seen such huge numbers of balls land short or go all over. Be that as it may, that is the means by which the game goes, when you aren't playing your best cricket, these 50-50 things don't go your direction. (Chris) Morris also was brilliant, he bowled well and scored some significant keeps running with the bat. 

"Our own is a change room that is harming, endeavoring to ensure we continue battling yet we are committing errors constantly." It was South Africa's third misfortune in the same number of recreations.

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