Indian skipper Virat Kohli has broken Sachin Tendulkar's record for most centuries in one-day internationals while chasing.
Kohli led from the front with a formidable show with his bat on Thursday in winding up the five-match series 3-1 against West Indies with an eight-wicket win.
Kohli whipped his 28th hundred in ODI and thus surpassed his Sachin's record of 17 centuries while India batted second. It took the maestro 232 innings to reach his 17 and Kohli has reached it in his 102 innings.
Sri Lankan batter Tilakaratne Dilshan is the third in the list with 11 centuries in 116 innings while batting second.
In the fete, Kohli had become the first Indian skipper to make two tons against the West Indies in their soil. Earlier, Rahul Dravid had scored a hundred as captain in the Caribbean against the West India. Kohli with the century yesterday has so far scored four tons against West Indies.
He also now two hundreds short of beating former Australian skipper Ricky Ponting's record of 30 ODI tons.
With the current form the Indian skipper displaying it is only a matter to think about him beating Sachin's overall record of 49 tons in ODI innings.