Colombo, Aug 1: Riding high on Virat Kohli's 13th hundred, India registered its 400th ODI win after defeating Sri Lanka by 6 wickets in the 4th ODI against Sri Lanka in Colombo on Tuesday.
India have now won 400 and lost 367 out of 808 ODIs they played so far. 6 of them were tied and 35 no results.
With Manoj Tiwary's magical figures of 4/61 and Kohli's 128 off 119 balls, India defeated Sri Lanka by six wickets with 46 balls to spare and wrap the series 3-1 in the five match ODI series.
The win against Mahela Jayawardene's men marked India's 400th win in one-day internationals after making their ODI debut on July 13, 1974 under Ajit Wadekar's captaincy, while Team India tasted its first success on July 11, 1975 during a World Cup match against East Africa.
India played the World Cup match against East Africa under the captaincy of S Venkataraghavan, at Leeds when India registered its first win by defeating East Africa by 10 wickets.
Since 1974, India has never looked back as the team has notched up many records till date and will continue to achieve many more and bring laurels to the country, which already includes two World Cup wins under the able guidance of Kapil Dev (1983) and MS Dhoni (2011).
With the 400th win, the team is going strong and will look forward to break more records in the coming days.