Virat Kohli has managed to have rediscovered his Midas touch with the bat during the second One-Day International against West Indies at the Port of Spain on Sunday. Kohli had come into bat in the very first over after opener Shikhar Dhawan was trapped in front of the wicket by pacer Sheldon Cotterell off the third delivery. The Indian skipper then stabilised the innings with his deputy Rohit Sharma.
After Rohit's dismissal, he was involved in a small partnership with Rishabh Pant. However, he got much-needed support from Shreyas Iyer as the Indian skipper continued to carry on his magnificent run. It bore fruits as Virat scored a fantastic century. This was also his 42nd ton in ODI's.
After the 30-year-old notched up a superb ton, the fans came forward to appreciate him. Here are some of the tweets.
Kohli has now become the leading run-scorer against West Indies in ODI's . In fact, he only needed to score 19 runs to achieve this feat.
The Captain Fearless has now surpassed former Pakistan batsman Javed Miandad. At the same time, the Delhi cricketer has also broken the 1992 World Cup-winner's 26-year-old record. Miandad has 1930 runs against West Indies from 64 innings whereas, Virat has amassed 1912 runs in just 34 innings.
The batting maestro was dismissed for a well-made 125-ball 120. His knock included 14 boundaries and a maximum.