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India v West Indies: Virat Kohli hits 139 as hosts dominate

BBC Sport Friday, 5 October 2018
India v West Indies: Virat Kohli hits 139 as hosts dominateIndia captain Virat Kohli hits 139 as the hosts ruthlessly dominate West Indies on day two of the first Test in Rajkot.
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India Vs West Indies: Virat Kohli not okay with water break rules. As per the new ICC regulations from September 30, water breaks are permitted only at the fall of a wicket or in-between overs, with unscheduled breaks at the umpires' discretion. Virat Kohli wants ICC to reconsider.

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