Virat Kohli has become accustomed to achieving what has never been done before at the crease but the India captain will want to forget his latest record in a hurry.
History was made in Visakhapatnam on Wednesday, when both Indian and West Indies captains were out for a golden duck for the first time in an ODI.
Kohli was dismissead first ball by Windies skipper Kieron Pollard before India went on to pile on 387-5 in the second match of the series, openers Rohit Sharma (159) and KL Rahul (102) blasting centuries.
Pollard was then given a taste of his own medicine, the all-rounder caught behind off Mohammed Shami in a brief visit to the middle as India closed in one an emphatic series-levelling victory.
As it turned out, India won the match by 107 runs.
(With inputs from Omnisport)
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