Batting immediately above him is Rohit Sharma, who doesn't break records as regularly as Kohli, but manages some astonishing feats when he does.
Kohli notched up his 36th hundred while Rohit's 20th century puts him fourth on the list of centuries by Indians in the 50-overs format.
Rohit, who boasts three double hundreds in ODIs, grew in confidence as he spent time at the crease and cleared the boundary rope easily when he looked to attack, hitting 15 boundaries and eight sixes, the last of which brought up India's victory.
Kohli, who made 140, and Sharma, who remained unbeaten on 152, put on 246 runs for the second wicket as the hosts chased down 323 and romped home with 47 balls to spare. Again, it was a Tendulkar record that was broken.
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"Looking back in hindsight, we needed one or two more partnership breakers, and you never know, we could have been back in the game".
Holder was probably the most economical bowler, going at just over five and a half an over as the remainder took a battering from Kohli and Rohit. I think that's what ODI batting is all about.
Shimron Hetmyer (L) of West Indies celebrates with teammate Jason Holder after scoring his third ODI hundred. "They're two quality players, world-class players". For another, while they did decimate oppositions together, they barely came close to the domination that India's present top three exhibits: spread across the three possible permutations, the Rohit-Dhawan-Kohli trio has 18 150-plus stands in ODIs, whereas the Hayden-Gilchrist-Ponting trio managed seven between them. You can't coach a middle order into competence without game time. This allowed Windies to keep going for their strokes which kept pushing the score. But the Indian batsman played a pull/pick shot on one leg.