India’s top batsmen toyed with an unpracticed West Indies bowling assault to post 310/5 in rain-abridged 43-overs-a-side second One Day International at Port of Spain on Sunday.
Virat Kohli’s Indian cricket group set up a brilliant show in the second ODI against West Indies in Port of Spain as they enlisted a 105-run win to take a 1-0 lead in the arrangement. Ajinkya Rahane’s century got immense fulcrum by Kohli’s splendid 87 off 66 balls.
With 96th 300 or more total, India has now outperformed Australia to score most totals of at least 300 in the ODIs. Alternate groups posted 300+ scores in ODIs as takes after: Australia 95, South Africa 77, Pakistan 68, Sri Lanka 62, England 57 and New Zealand 51.
— Rajneesh Gupta (@rgcricket) 25 June 2017
India initially enrolled a total of more than 300 in ODIs in 1996 against Pakistan in Sharjah when they crushed 305/5. Their first total in an overabundance of 350 was against Sri Lanka in the 1999 World Cup experience in Taunton while their initial 400 or more score in ODIs came against Bermuda in the 2007 World Cup experience in Port of Spain.