Virat Kohli’s Indian cricket team put up a magnificent show in the second ODI against West Indies in Port of Spain as they registered a 105-run win to take a 1-0 lead in the series. Ajinkya Rahane’s century, backed up by Kohli’s brilliant 87 off 66 balls helped India amass 310/5.
During the course of the innings, India went past 300 for the 96th time in ODIs, thus creating a new world record. They went past Australia’s mark of 95. India and Australia are the only countries who have notched up a 300-plus totals over 90 times. South Africa, the world No.1 ranked ODI team, have registered 300-plus totals 77 times. Views
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