Ind vs Aus 2nd ODI: Virat Kohli 40th ODI century, Breaks Ricky Ponting’s Record
The second match of the five-match ODI series between India and Australia was played on Tuesday in Nagpur. In the second match, Virat Kohli smashed 116 runs in 120 balls. Kohli’s name has been recorded in many records due to Virat Kohli’s ton innings.
The second match of the five-match ODI series between India and Australia was played on Tuesday in Nagpur, India defeated Australia by eight runs and took the 2-0 lead in the series. In the second match, Virat Kohli smashed 116 runs in 120 balls. Kohli’s name has been recorded in many records due to Virat Kohli’s ton innings.
Sachin and Ponting left behind
Virat Kohli’s century, India has challenged targets in front of Australia. India also got a win in this match. Now if we talk about winning the match by winning the century, Virat Kohli has equaled Sachin Tendulkar in this matter while Ricky Ponting has left behind. Sachin Tendulkar has scored 33 centuries in 231 innings and India has won. Virat Kohli has equaled the same century in 133 innings with the same century. At the same time, Ricky Ponting has 25 centuries in 254 innings and thus his team has won. Sri Lankan player Sanath Jayasuriya hit 24 fours in 228 innings and Sri Lanka won the match and Hashim Amla has scored 24 times in 105 innings with South Africa conquering South Africa, while AB de Villiers scored 21 hundred in 135 innings to his team The victory is sure.
Not only this, another record was recorded in Virat Kohli’s name in this match. Virat Kohli also scored a century in India’s 400th victory match. And in Nagpur, India got the 500th win on March 5, Virat Kohli also gave India a victory in the match.
Most Man of the Match: Virat Kohli was given the Man of the Match award for his century. With this, Virat Kohli has left behind former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly in terms of winning Man of the Match award. In terms of winning the most Man of the Match (Indian Player), Virat Kohli is second only to Sachin Tendulkar. Sachin Tendulkar has 62 times in 463 matches, Virat Kohli 32 times in 224 matches, Sourav Ganguly won 31 times in 308 matches, Yuvraj Singh won man off of 27 times in 301 matches.
Not only 40 Centuries, but Virat has made this big record as a captain
Nagpur. In the second ODI, Team India captain Virat Kohli was seen in a fantastic rhythm. Kohli scored a 40th century in his career, bringing the team to a respectable score. In the case of Virat Centuries, they are continuously making records. The master blaster is getting closer to Sachin Tendulkar. In the ODIs for most centuries, Virat is now just behind Sachin Tendulkar 10 centuries.
9000 runs scored as captain in the shortest innings
In Nagpur ODI, Virat has surpassed Sachin Tendulkar’s record of 40 international centuries in the shortest innings. Virat has made a new record of making 40 ODIs in 216 innings. It was Sachin’s name before Virat. Sachin scored a record of 40 centuries in 364 one-day internationals.
The most different of these Virat has done another record. In fact, Virat Kohli has completed 9000 runs as captain. The record is that he has completed 9000 runs as captain in the shortest innings. Virat has achieved this record in 159 innings. Before Virat, Ponting completed 9000 runs in 204 innings.
The batsman who made the most runs in the form of captain
1. Ricky Ponting runs 376 innings 15440
Graeme Smith scored 368 innings 14878
Stephen Fleming 348 innings runs 11561
4. Mahendra Singh Dhoni scored 330 innings 11207
5. Allen Border 319 Innings 11062 runs
6. Virat Kohli 159 innings 9,094 runs