Check out the Records broken by Kohli during his 41st century. Sitting on the pinnacle of world cup, another flawless innings by Kohli saw him add more milestones in his kitty. A rampant effort by the Indian captain to try and take his side as close to a win as possible, the champion batman’s sensational 123 run innings saw him score not just his 41st century, making him the quickest batsman in the world to reach the mark, but at the same time, also become the quickest captain to 4,000 runs
Breaking records at will, Kohli is in unbelievable form at the moment. All of his previous 7 half-centuries have gone onto be converted into 100s, consistency that bespeaks of a massive skill set. Cutting, driving, pulling and flicking the ball around the park, Kohli has in the last 2 years taken all bowlers from the cricketing fraternity in a manner only he can. His expansive range of shots have seen him amass a bagful of runs as he shows intent at the highest stage and in the most pressure matches to become the mainstay of this Indian batting line-up.
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Records were broken by Kohli during his 41st century
- Scoring his 41st century, Kohli has the highest average of all batsmen to have played over 200 matches with a staggering 60.
- This was his 19th century as a captain and as he passed the 4,000-run mark as the leader of the India side. He has become the quickest person to reach this figure in 63 innings. He is well ahead of second placed AB de Villiers.
- Since 2017, he has more centuries than four countries have bad in their international cricket. A spectacular 15 100s see him level with South Africa in ODI cricket who have 15 to their name and ahead of Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Bangladesh and West Indies.
- In his last 26 matches, he has scored 11 centuries that have seen him garner 2026 runs at an average of 101.3 All of his last 7 half-centuries have gone onto become 100s in the period that has seen him score 4 half-centuries as well.
- Leading run scorer in 2019 with an eye-catching 500 runs already to his name in the year despite it being early March.
- This was his 9th century in a chase of 300 showing how much he loves playing under pressure. No other batsmen in the world even has 5 to his name.
- Kohli, with 10,770 runs, also overtook Rahul Dravid’s mark of 10,768 in his 217th innings and is now third on India’s ODI cricket run table.
Records broken by Kohli during his 41st century
Most 100s after 225 ODIs:
41 V KOHLI
27 H Amla (174 ODIs)
25 AB de Villiers
23 S Tendulkar
22 Rohit Sharma
21 S Ganguly