South Africa beat India by 141 runs in the first ODI at Johannesburg to take a 1-0 lead in the three-match series. Left-handed opening batsman wicket-keeper Quinton de Kock scored his 2nd ODI hundred to help set up the Proteas win. (All images AP and AFP)
Just 20, De Kock gave the hosts a rollicking start with, hitting the Indian seamers to all parts of the ground.
Hashim Amla supported De Kock with timely hits to the fence and the two openers recorded a hundred-run opening stand after 17 innings for the Proteas. Amla was bowled by Mohd Shami.
AB de Villiers was at his unorthodox best, hitting the bowlers to all parts of the ground en route his 77.
Mohd Shami was the best of the Indian bowlers picking up 3 for 68 as South Africa ended with 358 for 4.
Ryan McLaren, who got rid of Kohli and Yuvraj in space of three balls, ended with three wickets in the match.
Dale Steyn ended with three wickets as the Protea pacers routed India for 217, resulting in a 141-run win for the hosts.