India crushed Sri Lanka by an innings and 144 runs in the second Test in Kanpur on Friday to register their 100th Test triumph.
The margin of victory was India's greatest over Sri Lanka, surpassing the previous best of an innings and 119 runs in Lucknow in 1994 to take a 1-0 lead in the three-match series.
Here are some statistics related with the achievement:
Chronology of 100 wins:
First Test win: vs England, Madras, 1951-52 (won by an innings and eight runs)
50th Test win: vs Sri Lanka, Lucknow, 1993-94 (won by an innings and 119 runs)
100th Test win: vs Sri Lanka, Kanpur, 2009-10 (won by an innings and 144 runs)
India's win-loss record against each opponent:
At home and away:
India's record in various spans:
The most wins under a captain are 21 -- under Sourav Ganguly
The most wins on a ground are 12 at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai.
The most wins in a calendar year are 6 in 2002, 2004 and 2008.
The most wins in a country outside India are 5 in New Zealand (out of 21), in Australia (out of 36) and England (out of 48).