The second ODI between India and West Indies was always going to be about Virat Kohli s 10000th ODI run, and while the Indian captain did smash Sachin Tendulkar s record to become the fastest to the landmark, the match came to be known for a lot more. Shimron Hetmyer, who had lit up the first ODI in Guwahati, launched an attacking 64-ball 94 to set up the run chase beautifully, while Shai Hope built on it and took the game into the last over with an unbeaten 123. But as things would turn out, the game was so evenly-contested that no side deserved to lose.

And sure enough, neither did. With 14 needed to win off the last over, West Indies fell short by one win, ending the game in a tie.