Virat Kohli hit his 10th ODI hundred against Sri Lanka, the most against any opponent. It was 46th time he touched the three-figure mark and third time in the last four matches.
Earlier, he slammed a ton in the third game in Bangladesh and completed another in the opening ODI of the series against the Dasun Shanaka-led team.
He accumulated 10 fours and a six to complete his latest hundred. Virat also became the fifth highest run-scorer in the history of the 50-over format, surpassing Mahela Jayawardene.
Kohli went past Sachin Tendulkar in another record. He has the most ODI centuries at home.
Most ODI centuries at home
21 – Virat Kohli
20 – Sachin Tendulkar
He needs four tons to break Tendulkar’s record of 49. Virat has 74 hundreds and need 27 more to dethrone Sachin from the list of most centuries in international cricket.