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India’s biggest win in ODI history: beat Sri Lanka by 317 runs; Virat’s third century in four ODIs

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Virat Kohli: Apart from the player of the match, Virat Kohli was also chosen as the player of the series. In the third ODI, the former Indian captain scored an unbeaten 166 off 110 balls.

Team India on Sunday took the world record of the biggest victory in the history of ODI cricket. India defeated Sri Lanka by 317 runs in the last match of the three-ODI match series. India broke New Zealand's 15-year-old ODI record in this matter. The Kiwi team defeated Ireland by 290 runs in 2008 in ODI.

In this match, Team India got another world record in its name. They also became the team with the most match wins against a single country in ODI history. India has defeated Sri Lanka 96 times in ODI cricket. A total of 165 ODIs have been played between the two teams. The Indian team left behind Australia's world record of 95 wins.
Virat Kohli, Shubman Gill and Mohammad Siraj were the heroes of the victory. Virat scored 46th ODI century while playing an innings of 166*. Shubman Gill scored 116 runs. India scored a mammoth score of 390 for 5 in 50 overs. Kohli was Player of the Match and Player of the Series.
In response, the Sri Lankan team was reduced to a score of 73 runs for 9 wickets in 22 overs. One batsman did not bat due to injury. For India, Mohammad Siraj took maximum 4 wickets. 7 Sri Lankan batsmen could not even reach double figures.
Kohli gave a heart touching statement after winning the 'Man of the Match' and 'Player of the Series' awards