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    Virat Kohi's road to 100 ODIs: A gallery of his best

    • Virat Kohli, who was voted ICC ODI Cricketer of the Year in 2012, will play his 100th ODI when India take the field against West Indies on Tuesday. (AP)

    • Kohli's maiden ODI century came at Kolkata on December 24, 2009 as India beat Sri Lanka by seven wickets. Kohli (107) helped put on 224 with Gautam Gambhir as India chased 316. (AFP)

    • Kohli's third century helped India chase a target of 290 against Australia at Visakhapatnam on October 20, 2010. His 118 was the highest score of the match. (AFP)

    • In his next innings, Kohli made 105 to set up victory over New Zealand in Guwahati. The next highest score for India was 42. (AFP)

    • At Port Elizabeth on January 21, 2011, Kohli played one of the finest innings of his fledgling career - an unbeaten 87 off 92 balls in a lost cause against South Africa. Where all the other Indian batsmen stumbled, Kohli was superb. (AFP)

    • Kohli marked his World Cup debut with 100* off 83 balls as India got the 2011 edition off to a winning start with an 87-run win over Bangladesh in Dhaka. (AFP)

    • The solitary highlight of India's series loss to England in the summer of 2011 was Kohli's excellent 107 from 93, which overshadowed Rahul Dravid's final ODI. Unfortunately for India, they lost. (Getty Images)

    • When England toured India soon after, Kohli helped extract revenge. At the Kotla on October 17, 2011, he scored 112* in a record Indian stand of 209 with Gambhir as India won by eight wickets. (AFP)

    • On December 2, 2011 in Visakhapatnam, Kohli's 117 steered India to a five-wicket win over West Indies. Chasing 270, the hosts had slipped to 84 for 3 but Kohli shored up the innings. (AFP)

    • At Hobart on February 28, 2012, Kohli played arguably his best ODI innings. Chasing a target of 321, India achieved it in 36.4 overs - they had to chase it in 40 to stay alive in the CB Series - thanks to Kohli's outstanding 133* off 86 balls. (Getty Images)

    • During the Asia Cup soon afterwards, Kohli made 183* off 148 balls as India chased a target of 330 to beat Pakistan in Dhaka. It remains his career-best effort. (AFP)