India commander Virat Kohli on Sunday scored his 54th ODI 50 years against England in the World Cup experience in Birmingham. In doing as such, the right-gave batsman additionally turned into the principal skipper in history to score five back to back fifties in a World Cup.
The 30-year-old likewise turned out to be just the second player after Steve Smith, to score five back to back fifties in World Cup competition. The previous Aussie captain had accomplished a similar accomplishment in the 2015 release of the competition.
It was likewise Kohli's tenth fifty+ score against England and his fourth fifty against a similar resistance in the last five innings.
The batsman was inevitably rejected for 66 by James Vince. Kohli has so far enrolled scores of 66, 72, 67, 77, 82 and 18 in the competition. Notwithstanding scoring four fifties before the experience, questions were raised whether Kohli's failure to change over fifties into hundreds would represent an issue for the men dressed in blue in the challenge.
Prior, Mohammed Shami enrolled his lady five-wicket pull as the hosts posted a mammoth aggregate of 338 on the board in the wake of winning the hurl and choosing for bat.
India are as of now unbeaten in the competition up until now, with five successes and an attract six recreations. The side need only one more win to book an elimination round spot.
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