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West Indies vs India 2019: List of 3 new records created during the second ODI

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.”

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.


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

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