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Virat Kohli was the 2nd player to score 1,000+ runs in 4 consecutive years

Indian batsman and young sensation Virat Kohli continues to smash runs for India for the fourth consecutive year in ODIs. He reached the 1,000-run mark in the last ODI against Srilanka. Kohli has scored 1,054 runs in 20 innings this year at an average of 58.55 with four hundreds and five half-centuries. This is the fourth consecutive year he has aggregated over 1,000 runs in One Day Internationals where scored 1,381 runs in 2011, 1,026 in 2012 and 1,268 in 2013 consecutively. Another batsman who registered this record was Sourav Ganguly who nominated in 4 consecutive years from 1997 to 2000

Kohli’s ODI statistics in the last four years:



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