Kohli Smashed 157 of 129 deliveries in the second ODI, Kohli’s unbeaten knock that was studded with 13 fours and 4 sixes and Amabti Rayudu’s 73, India posted a massive 321-6 on the board after opting to bat.
However, West Indies were rocked early rode on Shai Hope’s 123 not out and Shimmron Hetmyer’s 94 to tie the match.
Virat Kolhi become 13th overall and fifth Indian after Sachin Tendulkar (18,426), Saurav Ganguly (11,221) and Rahul Dravid (10,768) to reach. MS Dhoni also scored 10143 but only 9969 of those have been scored for India.
10,000 runs club in One Day International (ODI):
Sachin Tendulkar (IND): 18,426 runs
Kumar Sangakkara (SRI): 14,234 runs
Ricky Ponting (AUS): 13,704 runs
Sanath Jayasuriya (SRI): 13,430 runs
Mahela Jayawardene (SRI): 12,650 runs
Inzamam-ul-Haq (PAK): 11,739 runs
Jacques Kallis (RSA): 11,579 runs
Saurav Ganguly (IND): 11,363 runs
Rahul Dravid (IND): 10,889 runs
Brian Lara (WI): 10,405 runs
Tillakaratne Dilshan (SRI): 10,007 runs
Mahendra Singh Dhoni (IND): 10,143 runs
Virat Kohli (IND): 10,076 runs
He became the fastest 1000 ODI runs in a calender year as he managed the feat in just 11 innings and surpassed the record held jointly by him and Hashim Amla with 15.
“Really good game of cricket played by both teams, Congrats to Virat, played a brilliant knock and on getting to the 10,000 milestone”, J Holder said.