Virat Kohli, India's chief over all configurations needs only 19 hurries to turn into the most astounding run-scorer against the West Indies in One-Day International (ODI) cricket. Virat Kohli will go past previous Pakistan batsman Javed Miandad who scored 1930 keeps running against the West Indies in 64 innings. Kohli did not get an opportunity to bat in the first ODI in Guyana on Thursday after severe climate prompted a no outcome. In the event that Kohli scores 19 keeps running in the second ODI in Port of Spain, he will break Miandad's record by 30 innings. Kohli has scored 1912 keeps running in 33 ODI innings against the West Indies up until now.
Virat Kohli has scored seven centuries and 10 half-hundreds of years against the West Indies in the 50-over organization. Then again, Javed Miandad has hit one century alongside 12 half-hundreds of years for Pakistan against a similar adversary.
Miandad played his last ODI against the Windies in 1993 thus Kohli will break a 26-year-old record in the event that he figures out how to hit 19 keeps running in the up and coming second ODI in Port of Spain.
In the T20I arrangement that went before the ODIs, Kohli was India's most noteworthy scorer with 106 keeps running added to his repertoire. He was the second most astounding run-scorer in the arrangement in general behind Kieron Pollard who scored 115 runs. India won the arrangement 3-0.
The second ODI among India and the West Indies will be played at the Queen's Park Oval arena in Port of Spain, Trinidad. The last two ODIs of the three-coordinate arrangement will be played in Port of Spain on August 11 and 14 separately.
For the two Test matches, both the groups will make a trip to Antigua and Jamaica for the last leg of the visit.