3 Test records to Look Out in IND vs WI 2nd Test


The stage is set for the second match of the India-West Indies two-Test series, which is scheduled to be played at the Queen’s Park Oval, Port of Spain in Trinidad from July 20-24. India won the first Test against West Indies by an innings and 141 runs at Windsor Park in Dominica and are currently leading the series. With both teams looking to make their mark in the upcoming fixture, let’s take a closer look at some of the top milestones that could be reached during the second Test.

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Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli are on the verge of completing 2000 runs in the World Test Championship (WTC)

The second Test presents an opportunity for two of India’s most iconic players, Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli, to become the first two batters to complete 2,000 runs in the World Test Championship (WTC) for India. The two modern-day legends have been crucial to India’s success in the WTC, having played in the finals of both cycles. In the tournament’s brief history, they have also been their side’s top two highest run-getters.Rohit Sharma is just 45 runs away from completing 2000 runs in the World Test Championship (WTC) having made 1955 runs so far, while Virat Kohli is only 58 runs short of the milestone, having scored 1942 runs.

100th Test between India and West Indies

The second Test in Trinidad marked the 100th Test match between India and the West Indies. Both sides have been two of the most dominant Test-playing nations across eras. In 99 Tests against each other, West Indies have emerged victorious 30 times, while India have won 21 matches. The remaining 48 matches have ended in draws. The two teams have produced some memorable encounters over the years, and the upcoming fixture promises to be no different.

Virat Kohli Played his 500th international game for India

India’s cricket icon, Virat Kohli, is on achieved a remarkable milestone in the second Test match against West Indies. The former Indian captain has etched another illustrious feat in his illustrious career, as the second Test marked his 500th international appearance for India.

As he reaches the remarkable milestone of 500 international appearances for India, Kohli joined an elite club of cricketers who have achieved this exceptional feat. Only three other Indian legends have achieved this distinction before him: the iconic Sachin Tendulkar with 664 appearances, the legendary MS Dhoni with 535, and the dependable Rahul Dravid with 504.