After making his first World Cup century eight years earlier in 2015, Kohli made his second century of the career against Bangladesh, leading India to a convincing 257 chase. The world watched Kohli give significance to his personal milestone for the first time in his star-studded and record-breaking career, but crucially, it didn't come at the expense of anything. India was cruising towards the score, so when Kohli was 20 runs short of a century and India was 20 runs from victory, the call was taken. After taking 19 deliveries and refusing three singles, Kohli eventually nailed a six to record his 48th ODI century after needing just one run off the penultimate ball for three straight overs. With this accomplishment, he is now just one step away from Tendulkar's 49-century world record.
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