Virat Kohli added another award to his effectively renowned vocation as he turned into the fifth Indian batsman to hit at least 100 fifty or more scores in List A cricket (household and universal 50-over matches).
The India captain accomplished the achievement amid the third ODI experience against the Kiwis on Monday as he scored 60 off 74 balls to manage his group to a memorable arrangement win in New Zealand.
Kohli joins a tip top rundown of cricketers, which incorporates four other Indian batsmen. Sachin Tendulkar is over the Indian rundown with 174 . Rahul Dravid (133), Sourav Ganguly (128), and MS Dhoni (101) are the others.
Virat Kohli quit the New Zealand visit with India in a superb position after an overwhelming seven-wicket win in the third one-day universal in Mount Maunganui on Monday.
It put India 3-0 up and world player of the year Kohli said with the arrangement wrapped up early it was the ideal opportunity for him to move to one side for the staying two matches and the accompanying Twenty20 arrangement.
"I couldn't have requested a superior execution after the initial two clinical exhibitions and simply the constancy of the side is something that truly satisfies me," he said after India effectively pursued down New Zealand's 243 with seven overs to save.
"I haven't had a break for quite a while. It's been an extremely riotous Australian visit and now I go on a break exceptionally cheerful, 3-0 up, fixing the arrangement and I can unwind and make the most of my break."
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