IND vs ENG: Virat Kohli can break Ricky Ponting’s most centuries record as captain | IND vs ENG: Virat Kohli ready to shoot in fourth test, Ponting’s world record in play

New Delhi: Currently the captain of the Indian team, Virat Kohli, is considered one of the best batsmen in the world. Virat Kohli has achieved several great batting records in a short period of time. In the final match of the four-game series against England, Virat will be eyeing a great record from former Australian captain Ricky Ponting. India are ahead 2-1 in the four-game series.

Bypass surgery can leave behind for centuries

Virat Kohli has 41 international centuries as captain of the Indian team. Former Australian captain Ricky Ponting also marked 41 centuries as captain of Australia. In such a situation, in the fourth game against England, he can break Ricky Ponting’s world record. In its international cricket harbor, no one is more centuries old than Virat Kohli and Ponting.

Behind Tendulkar and Ponting in most centuries

The record for the highest centuries in international cricket is in the name of the great Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar. Sachin hit 100 centuries in his career. Sachin scored 51 centuries in test cricket, while 49 centuries have come in his ODI career. While Ricky Ponting has 71 centuries to his name. Speaking of Virat Kohli at the same time, he is third in this episode and his name has reached 70 centuries, of which 27 centuries have come in test cricket while 43 centuries have come in ODI. Virat Kohli will also have a chance to match Ponting in the case of most centuries.

For a long time, Virat did not hit the century

Virat Kohli hasn’t reached a single century in international cricket for a long time. The last time Virat Kohli hit a century in the Day Night Test against Bangladesh in 2019, since then it has not reached a single century. It is the first time in Virat Kohli’s career that he has not reached a century for so long. Virat Kohli against England is expected to end the drought of his centuries.

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