RECORDS: India, with the goal of 376 runs, defeats Australia, England and Africa,. Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli batted first before winning the toss against Sri Lanka in the fourth one-dayer at the R Premadasa Stadium on Thursday (31st August), scoring a magnificent 375 in the 5 wicket loss. Although India lost their first wicket in the form of Shikhar Dhawan (4) in the second over, the team managed to take charge quickly on the back of captain Virat Kohli (131). At the same time Rohit Sharma (104) gave his best. There was a partnership of 219 runs between the two.

India is the highest run scorer in Sri Lanka –

Sri Lanka's team is losing due to awe ! - India Virals

RECORDS: India, with the goal of 376 runs, defeats Australia, England and Africa, – India Virals |

The Indian team has given Sri Lanka a target of 376 in the fourth one-dayer. With this, the Indian team is the highest run-scorer in Sri Lanka. However, in this case, there is no other team in front of India, because this is India’s second best score before 363/5 India had made. Which was at R Premadasa Stadium in 2009.

South Africa is the second team –

The second overseas team in Sri Lanka is South Africa, which against Sri Lanka in Hambantota in 2014. The team scored a score of 339/5.

Third highest score is also India’s name –

The third team is also the Indian team to make the highest score in Sri Lanka. India had created another high score in 2009 itself. 2009, the Indian team scored 332/5 in Premadasa Stadium. In this way, the first four highest runs are the highest score of the three Indian team.

It is something like the series –

The fourth match of the five-match ODI series between India and Sri Lanka is being played in Colombo. India is ahead in this series with an unbeatable 3-0 lead. Virat Kohli-led Indian team won the first one-day match at Dambulla with a big gap of 9 wickets. However, in the second ODI played in Pallakal, the Indian team had to make a lot of effort.

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