India captain Virat Kohli achieved yet another landmark in his glittering one-day international career.He became the second batsman-ever to score a hundred on his 200th ODI in the opening match against New Zealand at the Wankhede. He is also the leading run-getter after 200 ODIs ahead of AB De Villiers (8,621) and Sourav Ganguly (7,747).AB de Villiers was the first to score a hundred on his 200th ODI. This is Kohli’s 31st ODI hundred.ODI No.200 Century No. 31 #Virat200 pic.twitter.com/C1ZmBEKyzD- BCCI (@BCCI) October 22, 2017In the process he has now overtaken former Australia captain Ricky Ponting, who has 30 ODI hundreds to his name. Kohli is now second in the list of most hundreds scored in the 50-over format, just behind Sachin Tendulkar, who leads the pack with 49 tons.Kohli walked in after India lost Shikhar Dhawan early in the innings for 9 with the score at 16/1 from 3.2 overs. He settled in with Rohit Sharma but soon the latter fell and so did Kedar Jadhav, who walked in after the fall of Rohit’s wicket.With India in a spot of bother at 71/3 from 15.2 overs, it was up to the captain to carry the innings forward.The 28-year-old took charge with the incoming Dinesh Karthik and steadied the ship before slowly upping the tempo and that was when he was given a lease of life as Mitchell Santner dropped him on 29 off the bowling of Colin de Grandhomme in the 19th over. He took full advantage of that and chipped away with the runs here and there before completing his fifty off 62 balls with a fine on-drive off Colin Munro in the 24th over. However, he was dealt with another blow as a set Karthik fell for 37 in the 29th over while trying to pull a Tim Southee delivery — ending their 73-run stand for the fourth wicket.advertisementIn came Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Kohli started playing more freely and getting more runs as the senior pro slowly settled into his stride.He finally completed his ton in the 45th over with single off the bowling of Tim Southee.What a player ???Virat Kohli hits the 31st ODI century of his career as India push on in Mumbai. #INDvNZLive ?? https://t.co/WRaOLHPaSG pic.twitter.com/VvVmaKcaNH- ICC (@ICC) October 22, 2017Kohli’s 125-ball innings of 121 was studded with nine fours and two sixes.Kohli’s form has been scintillating this season and he is only carrying that forward. He is the leading run-getter in the calendar year in ODIs. He has scored 1312 runs from 24 matches, hitting five centuries and eight fifties at an average of 82.00.