Virat Kohli’s 76th Century Stats: Virat Kohli has made his 500th international match very special with his century. In the second Test of the series against the West Indies, Kohli made many new records along with scoring his 29th Test century. Kohli finally ended the wait for his next Test century away from home for nearly 55 months in the West Indies. This is also Kohli’s 12th century against the Windies team in all formats.
With his 29th Test century, Virat Kohli has now registered a total of 76 centuries in international cricket. So far in world cricket, till the 500th international match, the record of scoring the most centuries was in the name of Sachin Tendulkar who had scored 75 centuries. Now Kohli has left him behind in this matter. At the same time, in his 500th match, Kohli has also become the highest individual scorer. Before this, none of the 9 players who had reached this stage could see even an inning of 50 runs with the bat.
With his 29th Test century, Kohli has also equaled the all-time great Sir Don Bradman’s record of Test centuries. With this, Kohli has jointly reached the 10th position with Bradman in the list of top-10 players with most Test centuries in world cricket.
Kohli completed 25 centuries while playing at number-4
In Test cricket, Virat Kohli’s name has now been recorded for scoring 25 centuries while batting at number-4. While batting at this number, Sachin Tendulkar has scored maximum 44 Test centuries so far. Jacques Kallis is at number two with 35 centuries while Mahela Jayawardene is at third with 30 Test centuries. While Kohli is fourth in the list, legendary former Windies player Brian Lara has reached fifth place with 24 Test hundreds.
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