Virat Kohli became the first Indian to score a World Cup century against Pakistan. He scored 107 in India's 2015 World Cup opener that helped his side beat Pakistan by 76 runs.
This was Kohli's 22nd ODI ton and he is now joint second with Sourav Ganguly with the most ODI centuries for India. Sachin Tendulkar holds the record with 49 centuries.
Overall, Kohli is 4th behind Tendulkar, Ricky Ponting and Sanath Jayasuriya.
But it wasn't just Kohli scoring the runs against Pakistan. Opener Shikhar Dhawan was looking good on 73 before unfortunately getting run-out.
Later on, Suresh Raina joined Kohli and added 74. The duo shared a 3rd-wicket partnership of 110 which looked like taking the match away from the Pakistanis.
But just as India looked to be in the driving seat, Pakistan pacer Sohail Khan picked up 5/55 and made sure the target didn't go out of reach.
Pakistan started strongly but regular wickets fell. Skipper Misbah-Ul-Haq scored a fighting 76 but in the end, the Men in Green submitted cheaply for 224/10. Mohammed Shami picked up 4 wickets as India won by 76 runs.