3. 123(111) vs New Zealand, Napier, 19th Jan 2014.
It was another Chase for India and another day in the park for Virat Kohli as he notched up his 12th Century, although this proved to be different. It was the first time a Kohli hundred was not able to take India past the winning total. India had given a run too many, leaking 75 runs in the last seven overs. Corey Anderson had notched a quick fifty and was having a good day , also taking the wickets of Shikhar Dhawan and Ajinkya Rahane. But Kohli kept on fighting with MS Dhoni by his side. Kohli showed no signs of nervousness in his first outing in New Zealand, using the pace of Adam Milne and hitting others bowlers with all his timing at his disposal. Mitchell McClenaghan finally was the person that stood in the way of Kohli and Dhoni as the bowler dismissed both in successive overs to swing the match New Zealand ‘s way.