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India vs Australia 2019 ODI Series; check Virat Kohli record

Team India may have lost in the third ODI against Australia in Ranchi, but Indian Captain Virat Kohli created so many records.

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India vs Australia ODI Series: Team India may have lost in the third ODI against Australia in Ranchi, but Indian Captain Virat Kohli created so many records. For example, the 41st century, as captain, the fastest four thousand runs, and so on- etc. But Kohli set one more record, which hardly got anyone’s attention, but this is enough to explain the staggering stature of Kohli’s match-rate from match to match.

We will tell you about the batting average of Virat, but on the basis of at least hundred or around its shifts, you average the rest of the legends. In this special club, Sir Viv. Richards of the West Indies (56.88 in 100 innings), Hashim Amla of South Africa (56.73 in 108 innings), Australia’s Michael Hussey (54.90 in the 107 innings) and South Africa’s AB de Villiers ( 54.56 in 192 innings) is at number 6.

When we talk about the history of the batting average, Michael Bevan’s name comes at first. Bevan used to play at number six. His strength was singles and doubles. After about a hundred innings, Michael Beven’s average was over sixty. After 102 innings, Bevan had an average of 62.13.

But now Virat Kohli has become just another player who touched the average of sixty in One Day Internationals. Virat Kohli currently has an average of 60.08 in 217 innings. The average of Pakistan’s current opener Imam-ul-Haq is also 60.55, but it has taken 21 innings. Imam has a long way to go, but one thing is now clear that Michael Beven (62.13) will not survive the average of the vast majority. And Late-Saber Kohli will also pass this average.

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