Manchester, Jun 16: India skipper, Virat Kohli, created another milestone in his ODI career becoming the fastest to reach 11,000 runs surpassing cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar's record.
The run machine from 222 innings became the fastest to achieve this feat, breaking the previous record set by Tendulkar who took 276 innings.
Kohli who scored 57 runs against Pakistan here in the ICC Cricket World Cup accomplished this feat.
The Indian skipper has also became the third Indian and ninth in the world to reach the 11,000 mark.
From 220 ODIs, Virat's average is 59.47. He holds the best score of 183 runs in the ODI format.
Every team will play nine matches in the round-robin format, before the top four sides qualify for the semi-finals of the World Cup, being hosted at a cloud-covered England and Wales.