In the second ODI of the ongoing three-match series, India defeated West Indies by 59 runs (DLS method), taking a 1-0 lead. Indian captain Virat Kohli was the star performer of the match, scoring his 42nd ODI century.
Here is the full list of new records created during the second ODI:
1. Chris Gayle became the first West Indies cricketer to appear in 300 ODIs.
‘Universe Boss’ Chris Gayle played his 300th ODI match on Sunday. Before the game, Gayle said, “It’s a very special day. I must give thanks to the almighty to actually reach this far, and to the fans for the support through the years, it’s been fantastic.”
— Windies Cricket (@windiescricket) August 11, 2019
2. Virat Kohli became the leading run-scorer in ODIs against West Indies.
King Kohli broke Javed Miandad’s 26 years old record (1,930 runs), becoming the leading run-scorer in ODIs against West Indies.
The Indian skipper also became the second most ODI run-scorer for India, surpassing Sourav Ganguly.
Most ODI runs by an Indian batsman:
- Sachin Tendulkar – 18,426
- Virat Kohli – 11,406
- Sourav Ganguly – 11,363
3. Chris Gayle broke Brian Lara’s record to become the leading run-scorer in ODIs for West Indies.
Scoring 11 runs in his inning, Gayle outdid former left-handed batsman Brian Lara to become the most ODI run-scorer for West Indies.
There it is!
— ICC (@ICC) August 11, 2019
Most ODI runs by a Windies batsman:
- Chris Gayle – 10,408
- Brian Lara – 10,405
- Shivnarine Chanderpaul – 8,778
- Desmond Haynes – 8,648
- Viv Richards – 6,721