India Beat Sri Lanka By Six Wickets, Win Series 5-0

Virat Kohli hit his second century in a row as India thrashed Sri Lanka by six wickets in the fifth one-day International Sunday to inflict a humiliating 5-0 series defeat on the beleaguered hosts.

Kohli smashed nine fours in his unbeaten 110-run knock to help the visitors achieve the target of 239 with 21 balls to spare at the Premadasa stadium in Colombo.

The series win came after India swept the preceding three-test rubber 3-0, capping their domination of the home side which has been beset by injury and selection woes.

This was India's second 5-0 whitewash in an away one day international series with Kohli's men having blanked Zimbabwe in 2013.

Sri Lanka squandered the opportunity to salvage some pride, folding up for a below-par 238 in 49.4 overs after Paceman Bhuvneshwar Kumar grabbed a career-best 5-42.

The Indians had a shaky start but Kohli anchored the innings with a 99-run partnership with Manish Pandey for the third wicket.

He also put on 109 runs with Kedar Jadhav who scored a fine 63.

Kohli, looked in sublime form, hitting Milinda Siriwardana for three fours in an over to bring up his half-century.

The right-hander went on to complete his 30th odi century, equalling former Australian Captain Ricky Ponting's tally.

Only Indian batting great Sachin Tendulkar has scored more centuries in the 50-over game with 49 tons.