Yet another milestone achieved by the Indian skipper Virat Kohli when he hit his third century in the ongoing series against West Indies. Kohli became the first Indian to hit three consecutive century in ODIs.
Kumar Sangakara tops the list with four consecutive century by an International player in one-day internationals. Kohli is the tenth player to do so in international cricket.
Meanwhile India lost the match, making only 240 all-out. West Indies won by 43 runs and levelled the series by 1-1 in the five match ODI series. For Windies Shai Hope played a fantastic knock of 95 getting their team to 283.
Indian opener Rohit Sharma was bowled out at 8 by the Windies captain Jason Holder. While the run machine Virat Kohli went on to make 107 off 119 and got his 38th ODI century, Shikhar Dhawan and Dhoni dissapointed once again by Dhawan making only 35 and the latter got out for just 7 runs.
The next match will be played in the controversial CCI's Brabourne Stadium on 29th October.