Virat Kohli becomes the first Indian to score three consecutive centuries of ODI
Virat Kohli becomes the first Indian batsman to score three consecutive centuries of ODI. Kohli reached the landmark in Pune during the third Indian ODI against the West Indies. It’s his 38th century and he’s out of 111 balls. He had crushed a six and ten before getting to the three-digit mark. Kohli entered the centre of the field after Rohit Sharma’s dismissal of the last ball of the second. Shikhar Dhawan was then stuck with the Indian captain as they carved a stand of 79 races. Dhawan then left after trying to get a border that had dried up at that time.