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Stats Analysis

Kohli passes Jayawardene; closing in on Tendulkar

India broke the record for the biggest victory in ODIs by beating Sri Lanka by 317 runs in Thiruvananthapuram

Virat Kohli reaches his 46th ODI hundred  •  Associated Press

Virat Kohli reaches his 46th ODI hundred  •  Associated Press

317 The margin of India's victory in the third ODI against Sri Lanka, the largest in men's ODIs. The previous record was New Zealand's 290-run win against Ireland in 2008.
12754 Kohli's runs in ODIs after 259 innings. He's passed Mahela Jayawardene to become the fifth highest run-scorer in ODIs. And by scoring his 46th hundred, Kohli is only three away from equalling Sachin Tendulkar's record tally of 49 ODI centuries.
93 The difference between Virat Kohli's 166 not out and Sri Lanka's total of 73 all out - the second-highest difference between a batter's score and the opposition's total in a men's ODI. The highest is 135 runs, when Sanath Jayasuriya scored 189 against India (54 all out) in 2000.
21 Kohli's hundreds in India, the most by a player in a country in ODIs, going past Sachin Tendulkar's 20 tons at home.
10 Kohli's ODI hundreds against Sri Lanka. He's the first player to hit ten ODI centuries against an opponent. Kohli also has nine hundreds against West Indies, while Tendulkar also has nine against Australia.
96 ODI wins for India against Sri Lanka, the most by a team against an opponent in this format, surpassing Australia's 95 wins against New Zealand.
106 Number of balls Kohli needed to complete 150, the second fastest 150 for India. The quickest is by Ishan Kishan, who took 103 balls to reach 150 during his double-ton against Bangladesh last month.
73 Sri Lanka's total in Thiruvananthapuram, their lowest against India in men's ODIs. Their previous lowest was 96 in Sharjah during the 1984 Asia Cup. It is Sri Lanka's fourth-lowest total and the third-lowest by any team against India.

Sampath Bandarupalli is a statistician at ESPNcricinfo