In the second ODI against Australia in Rajkot, the Indian team scored a score of 340 runs for the loss of 6 wickets in the prescribed 50 overs. During the Indian innings, Shikhar Dhawan scored the highest score of 96 runs from 90 balls. While Kohli scored 78 runs in 76 balls.
At the same time KL Rahul, who came to bat at number 5, played the fastest batting innings of 80 runs in only 52 balls. In this innings, he hit 6 fours and 3 sixes with his bat. KL Rahul had to return to the pavilion after a runout. With the help of this innings, India succeeded to score a mammoth score of 340 runs.
KL Rahul broke the marathon
KL Rahul also completed 1000 runs in ODIs during the stormy knock of 80 runs in 52 balls. He played 27 innings of 28 matches to complete 1000 runs. With this, KL Rahul has become the third batsman in India to score the fastest 1000 runs in ODI cricket. He achieved this by defeating veterans like Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Sourav Ganguly. Dhoni had scored 1000 ODIs in 29 and Ganguly in 32 innings. KL Rahul is ahead of Virat Kohli and Shikhar Dhawan. Kohli and Dhawan played 25 innings to score 1000 ODI runs.