New Delhi: Indian team captain Virat Kohli will play the first test of a four-game test series against Australia. After Adelaide’s test, Virat will return home for paternity leave. In such a situation, winning the first game is very important for the Indian team. The kangaroos have a big advantage, so Virat will have to play a big round.
Virat’s record has been good against Australia and every time Virat enters the pitch a record is broken. This time around, Virat Kohli also has a golden opportunity. He’s about to set a world record in this game.
Kohli can overtake Rinke Ponting
Virat Kohli has marked 41 centuries in his international career (Test + ODI + T20 International) as captain so far and is on par with Australian legend Ricky Ponting.
If Virat Kohli manages to score a century in the day-night test in Adelaide, he will win the world record as captain for scoring the most centuries in international cricket and leave Ricky Ponting behind.
Kohli made a statement just ahead of the game that will fill the team with excitement, a threat to Australia
Let us know that Kohli has scored 41 centuries in 216 innings in 187 games. While Ricky Ponting has scored 41 centuries in 376 innings in 324 games.
Adelaide Ground is lucky for Virat
The first test between India and Australia will be played in Adelaide, which will take place day and night. Virat Kohli’s record on the Adelaide court has been fantastic. On this ground he has scored 3 centuries in 6 innings of three test matches so far.
Virat Kohli played his last match in Adelaide in 2019. In this ODI, Virat Kohli played a century of 104 tracks. In such a situation, a big round is expected of him this time too.