Kohli was adjudged the Man of the Match for his stupendous century and three catches.
The Indian skipper won the toss and opted to bat. Kohli’s 120 came off in 125 balls which included 14 fours and a six. This was Virat’s 42nd century thus surpassing former captain Sourav Ganguly’s 11363 runs and also became the 8th batsman to score 11406 runs in the ODIs.
Kohli along with Shreyas Iyer contributed 125 runs for fourth wicket taking the score to a competitive total. Shikhar Dhawan 2, Rohit Sharma 18, and Rishabh Pant lost his wicket at score 20, but with Iyer and Kohli’s partnership, Iyer 71 came off in 68 balls with 5 fours and a six.
Kedar Jadhav was run out at 16 while Jadeja 16 and Shami 3 remained not out. For West Indies Brathwaite took 3/53. (UNI)