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    Virat Kohli Record: Virat Kohli made many records with his 46th century leaving behind Sachin-Jaywardene


    Jan 15, 2023

    Publish Date: | Sun, 15 Jan 2023 05:15 PM (IST)

    Virat Kohli Record: The third ODI against India and Sri Lanka is being played at the Greenfield Stadium in Thiruvananthapuram. Team India is ahead 2-0 in the series. In the last match, Rohit Sharma won the toss and decided to bat first. Rohit scored 42 and Shubman Gill scored 116 runs. Gill’s second century of ODI career. Whereas Virat Kohli has made many records in his name. Kohli has now joined the list of 5 successful batsmen in world cricket. He has left behind Sri Lankan veteran Mahela Jayawardene.

    Virat Kohli created history

    Virat Kohli’s tremendous form continues. Before this match, he had scored 12588 runs in 267 ODIs. In the third match, he has overtaken Mahela Jayawardene as soon as he touched the figure of 62 runs. Before Virat, Jayawardene was the 5th highest run scorer in ODIs. Now King Kohli has made a place.

    10th century against Sri Lanka

    Virat Kohli is the batsman with the most centuries against Sri Lanka. Kohli’s 10th ODI century against Sri Lanka. Sachin Tendulkar is second with 8 centuries.

    Sachin Tendulkar left behind

    Virat Kohli has scored his 74th career century. Kohli’s 21st century on Indian ground. He has broken the big record of Sachin Tendulkar. Sachin was on top with 20 centuries in terms of scoring the most centuries at home. King Kohli has left him behind after this century.

    Players with most ODI hundreds at home

    – 21 centuries in 103 matches: Virat Kohli

    – 20 centuries in 164 matches – Sachin Tendulkar

    Hashim Amla – 14 centuries in 69 matches

    Ricky Ponting – 13 centuries in 153 matches

    – 12 centuries in 110 matches – Ross Taylor

    Virat Kohli Best Score – ODI Career

    – Pakistan (Mirpur, 2012) – 183 runs

    – South Africa (Cape Town, 2018) – 160* runs

    – West Indies (Visakhapatnam, 2018) – 157* runs

    – New Zealand (Mohali, 2016) – 154* runs

    – West Indies (Guwahati, 2018) – 140 runs

    Most runs in ODI

    Posted By: Kushagra Valuskar


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