India’s Virender Sehwag has created history with a score of 219. He beats Sachin Tendulkar’s record of 200 not out.
Sehwag has put up a stunning performance, enthralling fans gathered at the Holkar stadium in Indore. With a score of 201, not out, breaking his ODI high score record of 175. At the crease with Sehwag is Rohit Sharma.
Suresh Raina, 55 scored his first ODI fifty versus West Indies just before getting run out to Russell.
Earlier in the day, India won the toss in Indore on Thursday, and opted to bat this time against the West Indies in the fourth ODI cricket match in the series in Indore.
One change in the Indian team is Rahul Sharma, a debutant legspinner, replaces Umesh Yadav in the playing eleven. The inclusion of Rahul Sharma will mean that all Irfan Pathan fans will not get to see him play at Indore.
On Monday, West Indies won the third ODI, proving that they are good enough to beat the world champions.
India will be looking to wrap up the series, which they lead by a 2-1 score, with a win on Thursday. India, will also be hoping that the top order batsmen, especially V Sehwag and G Gambhir, who have failed with the bat in the series, get to fire big scores.