- R.Premadasa Stadium, Khettarama, Colombo
Player of the match
Scorer: Chandan Duorah | Commentator: Shashank Kishore
India's 30-over sprint, Kohli's century dart, and other statistical highlights from India's innings in the fourth ODI at the Premadasa
A blistering 219-run stand between Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma laid the platform for India to inflict upon Sri Lanka their biggest defeat in a home ODI
Though recent attention has been on Kedar Jadhav, KL Rahul and Ajinkya Rahane, a half-century in Manish Pandey's first ODI since October 2016 highlighted the middle-order depth India has on offer
Lasith Malinga has his thoughts on why Sri Lanka continues to struggle in their efforts to bridge the gap to the next wave of stars following a string of key retirements after the 2015 World Cup
Losses in the final two ODIs may not keep Sri Lanka from automatically qualifying for World Cup 2019 - a lot depends on West Indies - but it's a risk they will not want to take
No. of times MS Dhoni has remained not out in ODIs - the most by any player. He went past Pollock and Vaas who had 72 not outs.
Rohit's score in this game - his lowest 100+ score to get out. His last 10 ODI 100s were all of 120+ runs.
Wickets for Malinga in ODIs. He's the 11th bowler and 8th pacer to do so.
No. of centuries for Kohli in ODIs - the third-most after Tendulkar (49) and Ponting (30). Kohli has took only 185 innings to score that many compared to Tendulkar's 265 and Ponting's 330.
No. of 150+ partnerships between Kohli and Rohit - the second-most by any pair in the history of ODIs. Only Tendulkar-Ganguly (12) have added more.
No. of inns taken by Kohli to complete 2000 runs v SL - the joint second-quickest. Tendulkar achieved it in 40 inns v Aus and Viv also took 44 inns to do so against Aus.
Over in which Kohli completed his fifty, which is his quickest in terms of team overs. Previous quickest was 16th over v Pak, Dhaka, 2012 (he finished with 183)
No. of times Kohli has chosen to bat first after winning the toss in 16 attempts, including today. The first was also v SL, at Eden Gardens, in 2014 where Rohit blasted 264.
No. of ODIs for MS Dhoni. He has become the sixth player from India and 20th overall to appear in 300 or more ODIs. Dhoni has played 297 ODIs for India and 3 for Asia XI.