Virat Kohli led India’s reply to New Zealand’s 285 runs with an unbeaten 154. This is his 26th ODI century, which makes him the fourth highest in the all time century list in the format. Kohli made the total in 134 balls, smashing 13 fours and 1 six in the process. This is also the highest score by any batsman in an ODI match at Mohali. He surpassed MS Dhoni’s 139 against Australia in 2013.