Virat Kohli Records: Indian team’s star batsman Virat Kohli is on a tour of Bangladesh with the team these days. Kohli’s bat could not do wonders in the first ODI match played in this tour. He scored 9 runs in 15 balls in the first match. Now everyone’s eyes will be on him in the second match. These days Kohli is seen in excellent rhythm. He batted brilliantly in the recently played T20 World Cup.
King Kohli keeps on making one or the other record every day. Meanwhile, Kohli can make two big records in the second ODI against Bangladesh. Let us know which records he can capture.
Will make 1000 runs in Bangladesh
Kohli has now scored a total of 979 runs in Bangladesh at an average of 75.30. As soon as he scored 21 runs in the next match, he would become the second batsman in the world to score 1000 runs in Bangladesh. Sri Lankan wicket-keeper batsman Kumar Sangakkara was the first in Bangladesh to touch the figure of 1000 runs. Now Kohli will become the second batsman to do so by scoring 21 runs.
Potting’s century record can be broken
Kohli has scored a total of 71 international centuries in his career so far. Kohli is equal to former Australian batsman Ricky Ponting in terms of scoring a century. Ponting has also scored a total of 71 centuries in his international career. By scoring a century in the second ODI played against Bangladesh, Kohli will become the batsman with the second most international centuries in the world. Former Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar is at number one with 100 sh.
Haven’t scored a century in ODIs since 2020
Significantly, Kohli had scored his 71st international century in the recently played Asian Cup 2022. Asia Cup T20 format was played. At the same time, he scored his last century in ODIs in 2019.
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