Magnificent Virat Kohli, gritty Shai Hope put on an exhibition as second India-West Indies ODI ends in a tie

Virat Kohli became the quickest to the 10,000-run club in ODIs during the course of his unbeaten 157, although the effort couldn't result in a victory for India, as Shai Hope slammed a ton to help West Indies finish level at the end of the match.

FirstCricket Staff October 26, 2018 17:39:01 IST
Virat Kohli smashed an unbeaten 157, breaking the record for the fastest batsman to 10,000 ODI runs along the way. AP
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Virat Kohli smashed an unbeaten 157, breaking the record for the fastest batsman to 10,000 ODI runs along the way. AP
West Indies celebrate the dismissal of Rohit Sharma early in the Indian innings. AP
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West Indies celebrate the dismissal of Rohit Sharma early in the Indian innings. AP
No 4 batsman Ambati Rayudu raises his bat after completing his half-century. AP
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No 4 batsman Ambati Rayudu raises his bat after completing his half-century. AP
West Indies debutant Obed McCoy dismissed MS Dhoni to collect his maiden international wicket. AP
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West Indies debutant Obed McCoy dismissed MS Dhoni to collect his maiden international wicket. AP
Shimron Hetmyer continued his sparkling form, collecting 94 off 64 balls before getting dismissed. AP
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Shimron Hetmyer continued his sparkling form, collecting 94 off 64 balls before getting dismissed. AP
Shai Hope and Shimron Hetmyer forged a 143-run stand for the fourth wicket to keep West Indies afloat during their run-chase. AP
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Shai Hope and Shimron Hetmyer forged a 143-run stand for the fourth wicket to keep West Indies afloat during their run-chase. AP
Shai Hope raises his bat in celebration after bringing up his century. AP
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Shai Hope raises his bat in celebration after bringing up his century. AP
Players shake hands with each other at the end of the second ODI, which ended in a thrilling tie. AP
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Players shake hands with each other at the end of the second ODI, which ended in a thrilling tie. AP