Virat Kohli, the chase master, is at it again.

India defeated New Zealand by seven wickets in the third One-day International in Mohali and take a 2-1 lead in the five-match series on Sunday.

And it was that man Kohli who was magnificent during a run-chase yet again, taking India to a win with an unbeaten 154. First with Mahendra Singh Dhoni -- they shared a 150-run partnership -- and then with Manish Pandey, Kohli showed there is no better finisher in the game than him at the moment.

His numbers in ODIs, in case you didn't realise, are awe-inspiring.

As always, there was a whole lotta love for Kohli on Twitter.

And of course, Ross Taylor was not spared -- the man who dropped Kohli when he was on 6.

With agency inputs