Virat Kohli hundred total: Check out the total numbers of centuries scored by Kohli in internationals
Updated on: Jan 16, 2023 9:48 am IST
Virat Kohli hundred total: Virat Kohli, the former captain of the Indian cricket team, is known for setting records at every turn. His batting prowess has earned him plaudits from all corners of the world and he is often considered one of the greatest batsmen in history.
One of his most remarkable accomplishments is the number of centuries he has scored in international cricket matches. Virat Kohli has so far scored a total of 46 centuries in ODI matches, 27 in Tests, and one in T20Is, making him the second-highest century scorer in international cricket after Sachin Tendulkar with 74 tons as of January 2023. He is also one of five players to have scored more than 7,000 runs in both Tests and ODIs.
Kohli’s impressive record shows that his hard work and dedication have paid off as he continues to break records with each passing match. His centuries are a testament to his skill as a world-class batsman and show why he is considered one of the greatest cricketers ever.
Virat Kohli hundred total count is 74
Virat Kohli sits right behind Sachin Tendulkar when it comes to centuries count in international cricket. With his latest century against Sri Lanka in the third ODI of the home series on 15th January 2023, ‘King’ Kohli has 74 tons to his name, whereas, the little master Sachin Tendulkar has 100 tons. 26 more tons in international cricket, and Kohli can sit at the top of the ladder. With the form he has shown in early 2023, scoring 26 more tons won’t be a daunting task for the champion batter.
Not only in international cricket, Virat Kohli’s has been scoring centuries in the IPL as well. His last IPL ton came in the year 2019, whereas he has overall scored 5 IPL tons. With 5 tons in IPL Kinhg Kohli has scored 6624 runs in 223 matches till the 2022 season at an average of 36.20 and is the leading run scorers in IPL history.
|1||24 Apr 2016||RCB||GL||100*||Rajkot|
|2||7 May 2016||RCB||RPS||108*||Bengaluru|
|3||14 May 2016||RCB||GL||109||Bengaluru|
|4||18 May 2016||RCB||KXIP||113||Bengaluru|
|5||19 Apr 2019||RCB||KKR||100||Kolkata|