Indian team achieved target of more than 300 runs for the 10th time in 10 years
In this, Virat Kohli scored 993 runs at the highest average of 141.85.
7th and 2nd Indian batsman of the world in terms of highest runs in Kohli ODI
He has scored 11,609 runs in 242 matches at an average of 59.84.
Dainik BhaskarDec 23, 2019, 08:55 AM IST Sports Desk. Virat Kohli's best average in an ODI chasing over 300 is 141.85. In the last 10 years, Team India achieved the target of 300+ runs for the 10th time in ODIs. In this, Kohli scored 7 centuries and a half-century. Virat Kohli scored 85 runs in the Cuttack ODI against the West Indies on Sunday. He became the highest run-scorer this year, overtaking Rohit Sharma.
Thanks to Kohli's innings, India achieved their second highest target in ODIs. The Windies had given a target of 316 runs. India won the match by 4 wickets. Earlier, India had chased 326 runs against England in the NatWest Series in 2002 at his home.
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Kohli left behind Jack Kallis. Kohli is the 7th and second Indian batsman in the world in terms of maximum runs in ODIs. He has scored 11609 runs in 242 matches at an average of 59.84. In this case, Sachin Tendulkar is the world's number one player with 18,426 runs. Kohli has overtaken South Africa's Jack Kallis (11,579).