Witnessing Kohli shatter the record books, an ardent fan could not control his emotions and caused a serious security breach, when he ran into the ground to congratulate India skipper on his 32nd ODI century.
For this reason the match has also been stopped for few minutes, probably because of concentration distortion India's explosive batsman Hardik Pandya lost his wicket in the next ball.
The match assumes significance for Kohli as he completed 9000 runs in ODI and became the fastest man to reach the milestone.
History beckons for the Kiwis, with the decider of their three-match one-day worldwide series being held at Green Park, ironically in one of the country's most polluted cities on the western bank of the Ganges.
Kohli has been phenomenal in 2017, with 1460 runs from 26 matches at an extraordinary average of 76.84, the Indian captain has also maintained a hefty strike rate of 99.11 so far.
New Zealand have begun well in their chase of 338. He surpassed the record set by South Africa's AB de Villiers, who had scored 9,000 runs in 205 ODI innings.
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Meanwhile, India has crossed the 300-run mark with Rohit Sharma having been snared by Santner for 147.
"We are going to have a bowl". Whatever we do here, the wickets tend to be generally good surfaces and the team that plays the better cricket wins.
Before the start of the series, Williamson had said that it was a "big task" to beat India in their own backyard.
Kohli said, "It looks a good wicket".
Latham (103*) rought up his fourth ODI century as he raced ahead of Taylor (95) in latter stages of the chase on a Wankhede pitch which wasn't the usual belter of a track that one gets to see at this venue.
They will get a chance to better that effort at Green Park stadium in the deciding ODI.