India's win against Sri Lanka at Hambantota on Saturday was an impressive one no doubt, and Virat Kohli’s chanceless hundred, his fourth in the last five ODIs, was another example of his growing stature as a magnificent one-day batsman.
India-Sri Lanka matches, of late, have developed a rather familiar script. And, high-scoring games have often gone in India’s favour, whether they are batting first or not. Saturday’s game was no different.
After a massive gap, Team India will be once again seen in action when they take on Sri Lanka in the first of the five ODIs at Hambantota this afternoon. The two teams have already played in 134 ODIs against each other out of which India has won in 71 matches and Sri Lanka has won in 51 matches.