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Update Virat Kohli just six runs away from becoming first Indian to achieve the massive feat

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Virat Kohli and records go hand-in-hand and the scenario is not going to change during the third T20I between India and West Indies at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. In the series finale on Wednesday, Kohli has the opportunity to become the first Indian player to score 1000 T20I runs at the home soil. Kohli is just currently just six runs away from achieving the massive feat. Overall, he will become the third player in international cricket to do it.

Earlier, New Zealand explosive opener Martin Guptill (1430) and Colin Munro (1000) have achieved the feat. Kohli, who has scored 994 runs in 28 innings stands a chance to become the fastest to the mark as both the New Zealand batters had achieved the feat in their 31st innings.

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