The second match of the series of three T20 Internationals between India and West Indies will be played in Thiruvananthapuram on Sunday. The first match of the series was high scoring in which West Indies scored 207 for 5 wickets after being invited to bat first. In reply, India won the match by scoring 209 runs for four wickets with 8 balls left due to skipper Virat Kohli's unbeaten 94 runs. There were many records in this match. In the second match of the series, both the teams are standing on the threshold of many records.
Team India has won the last seven T20 International matches between India and West Indies. This is the longest run of any team against the West Indies.
Since 2016, the Indian team has preferred to bowl first by winning the toss in T20 Internationals. The Indian team has won the toss 28 times and has decided to bat only twice. 19 times out of 26, the Indian team has successfully achieved the goal. Two matches could not be completed after the first innings. The team faced defeat five times. Four matches, the Indian team lost by a margin of less than 5 runs.
Virat Kohli has scored 975 runs on Indian soil in T20 International. He may be the first batsman to complete 1000 T20 International runs in India. With this, there will be a fourth player to complete 1000 T20I runs in any one country.
Rohit Sharma has hit 399 sixes in international cricket. With just one more six, he will become the third player in the world and India's first player to hit 400 sixes in international cricket. Chris Gayle (534) and Shahid Afridi (476) lead the list.