India's surprising turnaround at the Cricket World Cup continued on Tuesday with a fifth sequential win.
India beat Ireland by eight wickets to stay unbeaten and seal the top spot in the Group-B table.
Pursuing a respectable Ireland total of 259, opener Shikhar Dhawan scored 100 off 85 balls and Rohit Sharma hit 64 off 66 balls in a 174-run opening association as India arrived at 260-2.
While Dhawan had 11 fours and five sixes in his innings, Rohit's second half century in the tournament had three fours and three smooth sixes.
India took the top position in group-B with 10 points from five games.