India beat the West Indies by an 8-wicket in the first ODI in Guwahati, while chasing 323 runs to win. Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli emerged at the forefront of the chase with almost eight overs left to be bowled. Kohli was out on 140 runs and Rohit stayed unbeaten on 152 runs to take India over the finishing line with ease and take a 1-0 lead in the five-match series. During their stay in the middle and putting together record 246 runs for the second wicket, Kohli and Rohit broke some records and did so at Sachin Tendulkar’s expense.
Kohli’s 36th ODI century and 60th alongside Tests has made him the fastest to the mark ahead of Sachin Tendulkar. Kohli has taken only 386 innings to 60 centuries taking 40 innings fewer than Tendulkar. And also Rohit Sharma Make a record of Six 150 Plus Score in ODI Ahead Of Warner and Sachin Tendulkar record. Sachin and Warner Hit 5 times 150 Plus Score.