What is the fastest century of Virat Kohli?

What is the fastest century of Virat Kohli?

52 balls
In the bilateral series against Australia in October 2013, Kohli made two centuries in successful run-chases. The first of the two, 100 not out, was scored off 52 balls and remains the fastest ODI century by an Indian.

Can Virat Kohli score 100th century?

Virat Kohli’s wait for 71st international hundred Kohli scored his last international hundred in November 2019 in the Day-Night Test against Bangladesh at the Eden Gardens. In fact, Kohli didn’t breach the three-figure mark in 100 games in any level of cricket including IPL.

Will Kohli ever score a century?

The answer is that nobody knows when he will score a century, not even him. He might have four to five years of cricket left in him and he can come back at any time or not at all.

How many centuries Kohli scored in Australia?

He backed up his century against West Indies in Rajkot with an iconic three-figure score in Perth towards the end of that year. Despite India losing that Test match, he made 123 runs in 257 cherries, which took his century tally in Australia to 5.

Who will break Virat Kohli record?

Rajasthan Royals leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal, who has had a running joke throughout IPL 2022 of opening the batting alongside the current Orange Cap holder Jos Buttler, said that if he was an opener not only the England batter, he would have also broken Virat Kohli’s long-standing record of 973 runs in an IPL season.

Who can break Virat Kohli record?

The Indian cricket team captain took 175 innings to touch the 8,000-run milestone. Babar Azam requires 4,420 runs in the next 99 innings to shatter Virat Kohli’s record. If one considers his current average of 55.94, Azam could easily break this record.

How many 100 runs does Virat Kohli have?

While Virat Kohli has scored 43 hundreds in the ODI format, he has scored 27 centuries in Test cricket.

Who break the Virat Kohli record?

Babar Azam
Babar Azam breaks Virat Kohli’s captaincy record: Other records held by the Pakistani batter. The Pakistani cricket star has bettered Virat Kohli’s for the fastest 1000 runs as a captain in ODIs.