Today's match is going to be a historic one as Virat Kohli needs only 81 more runs to reach another milestone of his career, i.e. 10,000 runs. He took just 205 innings to reach the landmark, an incredible 54 innings lesser than the previous record holder, Sachin Tendulkar.In an interview with bcci.tv., Kohli said that he "never imagined" he will join the 10k-run club when he first started as an global cricketer back in 2008. He also took over Sachin Tendulkar's aggregate of 1,573 to become India's highest run-getter in ODIs against the Windies.
The 12 other cricketers, including India greats Sourav Ganguly, Rahul Dravid, and MS Dhoni, have achieved the feat since the Master Blaster got there first.
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Shane Lowry and Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano are tied at six under par, while Mikko Korhonen is a further shot back in fifth. The 38-year-old increased his lead to four shots when he rolled in from 10 feet at the 10th hole on Monday morning.
"My duty is to score runs and having done that for a long period now, everything has collected together for this moment".
The cricket world has paid tribute to Virat Kohli after India's captain became the fastest batsman to reach 10,000 one-day global runs. Sachin Tendulkar, who previously held the record, achieved the feat in 259 innings.
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The India skipper was dropped by the West Indies captain Jason Holder when he was in his 40s earlier on Wednesday but the former has made good use of the opportunity to hurt the visitors yet again. By virtue of his 37th century, he also registered the record of most number of centuries against the Windies. In 2014, he scored 1054 runs from 21 matches at an average of 58.56. His conversion rate in Tests is awe-inspiring as he has 24 centuries, five more than no of the fifties.
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