Virat Kohli became India's leading run-scorer in ICC 

Virat Kohli became India's leading run-scorer in ICC white-ball events during the clash against Australia at ODI World Cup 2023.

Kohli surpassed Sachin Tendulkar's record of 2719 runs in 58 innings, achieving the feat in just 64 innings.

Kohli's record-breaking innings came in a thrilling encounter where India faced a daunting run chase.

Kohli and KL Rahul led India's fightback with an inspirational partnership of 122 runs for the fourth wicket.

Kohli's record-breaking feat is a testament to his consistency and prowess as a run-scorer on the global stage.

Top run-scorers for India in ICC tournaments: 2720* – Virat Kohli 2719 – Sachin Tendulkar 2422 – Rohit Sharma 1707 – Yuvraj Singh 1671 – Sourav Ganguly 1492 – MS Dhoni

The list exclusively covers white-ball ICC tournaments, excluding the ICC World Test Championship.

Tendulkar showcased his prowess in six ODI World Cups and five Champions Trophies,

whereas Kohli has also participated in five T20 World Cups and three Champions Trophies.