India vs west indies, 3rd ODI: Team India in second ODI Completely demolished the West Indies. After scoring 279 runs, India dismissed the West Indies for 202 runs. India won the match by 59 runs and took a 1-0 lead. The third ODI between India and West Indies is to be played at the Port of Spain on Wednesday (14 August). The match will be a 'do or die' match for the host West Indies. In this match, captain Virat Kohli and vice-captain Rohit Sharma will have a chance to record a partnership record.
In the second ODI, Virat Kohli played an important role in India's victory by scoring a brilliant century. This was his 42nd century. On Wednesday, Virat will face another challenge to make another record. Virat Kohli and vice-captain Rohit Sharma are just 27 runs away from their 1000-run partnership against the West Indies. If both of them achieve this feat, then Virat-Rohit pair will become the first pair to have shared 1000 runs against West Indies.
Sachin-Sehwag was left behind in the second ODI
In the second ODI against the West Indies, Virat and Rohit shared a 50-run partnership. With this, both of them had surpassed the records of Sachin Tendulkar and Virender Sehwag. Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma shared 50 or more runs 32 times. Whereas Sachin and Sehwag have made this partnership 31 times.
50 runs partnership record for India
55- Saurav Ganguly and Sachin Tendulkar
32- Virat Kohli And Rohit Sharma
31- Virender Sehwag and Sachin Tendulkar
Since the World Cup, there were rumors that there was a mutual confrontation between the two, but the two showed mutual synergy and understanding. Virat Kohli said before the match that the temperature of Port of Spain would be a challenge for him.
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He said, "This is a challenge, because there can be rain in the daytime, so there will be heat and humidity." In the second ODI when he was 65, Kohli said the conditions at that time made me hard. Was motivating hard work. He said, "It was important for me to be at the crease. As a team we try to play one of the top three batsmen big innings. Shikhar and Rohit have been doing this continuously, but if they could not do anything special in this match, it was my responsibility. ”
Captain Virat Kohli, with a brilliant 120 runs in the second ODI, took three excellent catches. He was adjudged 'Man of the Match' for his brilliant innings.