Virat Kohli is unquestionably one of the best cricketers of the Indian cricket team and he has broken many records in Cricket history. At this time, the Indian team has played a five-match ODI series against Australia and India has won two consecutive matches in the series.
In the second ODI against Australia , Kohli once again broke a few records. Kohli marked his 50th half century and his 40th century in the ODIs.
Kohli has made a record that has not been made by any player in any one-day cricket history till date. In the second ODI, Kohli made a new world record of completing 9,000 runs in 159 innings of his international career and with this Kohli became the world's first cricketer to complete the fastest 9,000 international run. Kohli also surpassed former captain Ricky Ponting .
Ponting had scored 9,000 runs in 204 runs innings but Kohli scored 9,000 runs in only 159 innings. With this victory, India has won 48 one-day matches. In the captaincy of Kohli, the Indian team also won the 500th match of their ODI career.