When Kohli walked out for the toss in the Asia Cup match against Sri Lanka today, the right-hander was playing his 100th consecutive ODI for the country.
With this feat, he has joined Tendulkar and Azharuddin. He is the third from India to feature in 100 or more ODIs in succession.
Tendulkar played 185 ODIs on the trot while Azharuddin was part of the side for 126 ODIs without a break.
In a short period of time, Kohli has grown into one of the best batsmen in the world. His sequence of 100 non-stop matches started on August 25, 2010 in Dambulla against Sri Lanka.
Since 2010 to now, Kohli has broken several records as a batsman and also was part of India's World Cup winning side in 2011.
Overall, Kohli is playing in 132nd ODI. Before the start of this match, he had scored 5,581 runs with 19 tons and 30 fifties.