Virat Kohli reigns supreme in record India victory

Virat Kohli’s sparkling unbeaten 166 and Mohammed Siraj’s four wickets guided India to a record 317-run ODI victory against Sri Lanka. India won the largest-ever one-day international series after thrashing Sri Lanka by 317 runs in the last ODI in Thiruvananthapuram, with Virat Kohli batting well and Mohammed Siraj bowling brilliantly.

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India won the series 3-0 after winning the first match in Guwahati by 67 runs and the second in Kolkata by four wickets. Virat Kohli hammered an unbeaten 166 from 110 balls, smashing 13 fours and eight sixes. The twelfth century, to be exact. Today I was thrilled to be batting out there, and I ended up playing terrific cricket in that area.

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I am in a wonderful zone right now, just trying to be organic, “added Virat Kohli, who was named series player after scoring a century in the first game. Opener Shubman Gill also contributed significantly with his century-116 off 97 balls-as India finished their innings at a massive 5-390 after deciding to bat first.

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Seamer Siraj then took 4-32 and assisted in a run-out, while Mohammed Shami and Kuldeep Yadav each took two wickets as India bowled Sri Lanka out for 73 in 22 overs. “It’s disheartening. We didn’t want this game. It occurs “stated Sri Lanka captain Dasun Shanaka. “We must learn how to control the beginning. Bowlers should practice taking wickets on these surfaces, while batsmen should practice scoring.”

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Biggest ODI wins (by runs)

  • 317 – India d Sri Lanka (Thiruvananthapuram, 2023)
  • 290 – New Zealand d Ireland (Aberdeen, 2008)
  • 275 – Australia d Afghanistan (Perth, 2015)
  • 272 – South Africa d Zimbabwe (Benoni, 2010)
  • 258 – South Africa d Sri Lanka (Paarl, 2012)

Most men’s ODI hundreds

  • 49 – Sachin Tendulkar (India)
  • 46 – Virat Kohli (India)
  • 30 – Ricky Ponting (Australia/ICC)
  • 29 – Rohit Sharma (India)
  • 28 – Sanath Jayasuriya (Sri Lanka/Asia)

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