Exact cricbuzz prediction: Many Milestones for Kohli as India Record Biggest ODI Victory in History

India won the series 3-0 with a mammoth 317-run win over Sri Lanka, easily beating Sri Lanka in a dead rubber at Thiruvananthapuram. Earlier in the day, Mohammed Siraj beat the visitors’ top order after Virat Kohli (166*) and Shubman Gill (116) pushed India to 390. Stats highlights from his third ODI:

10 – Centuries of Kohli vs. Sri Lanka, his one player with the most in ODI and hundreds of opponents. Kohli also hit the West Indies where he tallied 9 tons, and against Australia Sachin his Tendulkar as well. Kohli now has his 2,503 runs scored against Sri Lanka, his second-highest figure for a player to have played against her in the ODI, after Tendulkar’s his 3,113 runs.

21 – Hundreds of kori in India in 101 innings. More than any player in any country in ODI cricket. He made over 2000 from Tendulkar in 160 innings for India. The leading non-Indian hitters are South Africa’s Hashim Amra and Australia’s Ricky Ponting with 14 each.

Kohli’s 166* is his second-highest individual performance in the ODI, behind only his 183 against Pakistan in Mirpur in 2012.

8 – Kohli’s 6 in these innings was his ODI over his 7 scored against Australia in Jaipur in 2013, most of which was his ODI.

317 runs – India’s margin of victory and the highest number of runs ever recorded in ODI cricket. The previous record was New Zealand’s 290-run victory over Ireland at Aberdeen in 2008. India’s largest winning margin to date was his 257 runs against Bermuda at Port of Spain in the 2007 World Cup.

96 – Win India vs. Sri Lanka. Most of the time in 1v1 teams he wins 1v1. India topped Australia’s 95 wins over New Zealand to secure the record. His 19 wins in his T20Is against India’s Sri Lanka is the most of any team against a 20-over-format opponent. 26 – Sri Lanka vs India bilateral rubber match in India in various formats currently losing 22. India have yet to win in any format in the bilateral series against the host country. It’s the only country that doesn’t have This was India’s 10th consecutive bilateral ODI victory over Sri Lanka.

Four wickets by Mohammed Siraj is the joint-most by an Indian bowler in the first ten overs of an ODI. Siraj joined Javagal Srinath (vs Sri Lanka, Johannesburg, 2003), Bhuvneshwar Kumar (vs Sri Lanka, Port of Spain, 2013) and Jasprit Bumrah (vs England, The Oval, 2022).

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