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The right-handed batsman became the fifth Indian to touch the 10,000 ODI-run mark after Sachin Tendulkar, Sourav Ganguly, Rahul Dravid and MS Dhoni.

Hope then kept his calm to put together another 47-run crucial partnership with skipper Jason Holder to almost pull off victory for the West Indies. Kohli (204 innings) would also surpass the iconic Sachin Tendulkar who took 259 innings to get there.

The October 29 day-night match was originally allotted to Wankhede Stadium managed by the Mumbai Cricket Association, but was later shifted to Brabourne Stadium, as the city cricket body cited financial constraints in hosting the game.

"It's about what the team needs, what the situation demands", Kohli said.

"Personally, I´m pretty proud of my innings and my milestone".

India and Virat Kohli could do with the experience and pedigree of Bumrah and Bhuvneshwar as the Windies batting took a liking to the pace attack in the first two matches.

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India skipper Virat Kohli strolled past the 10,000-run mark in One-day global cricket, against the West Indies in Visakhapatnam on Wednesday.

Windies could have removed Kohli for 44 but captain Jason Holder dropped a chance off the bowling of McCoy running towards the long-off boundary.

He put on 139 runs for third wicket with Ambati Rayudu, who made 73. Rayudu was bowled by spinner Ashley Nurse. Needing 81 runs to achieve the feat before the start of the second ODI against West Indies, Virat Kohli was clinical as he eased past the magic figure.

Kohli took a single off Nurse to eclipse the 10,000-run mark, before going on to score a hundred with a boundary off Marlon Samuels.

Editorial team of CricketCountry. Pant, who was batting for the first time in ODI cricket, opted for the review, but the replay was not at all shocking for the umpire Ian Gould.

They shared a fourth-wicket stand of 143 which saw the Windies reduce the required run rate to less than six runs per over to assume control of the match.

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