IND vs AUS: Virat Kohli Breaks Sachin Tendulkar’s Lone Standing Record In World Cricket, Becomes The Fastest Ever To Score 75 International Centuries

IND vs AUS: Virat Kohli Breaks Sachin Tendulkar’s Lone Standing Record In World Cricket, Becomes The Fastest Ever To Score 75 International Centuries

Virat Kohli, who is always chasing milestones, scored his 75th international century against Australia in the fourth test of the 2023 Border Gavaskar series. Kohli smashed his 28th Test century in 241 deliveries.

Only Indian batting legend Sachin Tendulkar has more international hundreds than Kohli, who has 100.

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The fourth and final Border Gavaskar Trophy (BGT) Test between India and Australia was played on March 12 at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad, and legendary batsman Virat Kohli recorded his 28th Test century.

A batting-friendly wicket allowed Kohli to finally break the 100-run milestone in Ahmedabad, and he did so with grace. In Kohli’s opinion, who is playing his 50th Test match at home, the Australians had little chance after that.

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Kohli finally hit the three-figure mark in the current match after not scoring a century since November 2019. Kohli finally snapped his century drought in Test cricket with his 28th Test century in Ahmedabad in 2022. India’s great batsman scored 100 runs in 241 deliveries, hitting five fours and no sixes.

Virat Kohli took the least innings to achieve his 75th century:

Virat Kohli, India’s legendary batsman, has 75 international centuries in 552 Innings, While Sachin Tendulkar took 566 Innings to score 75 international hundreds in International Cricket. One advantage Kohli has is his age and fitness. If the full record from the age factor is considered, then Virat will need another 5-6 years to get 100 hundred in international cricket. He is now 25 centuries short of the record of 100 international hundreds set by renowned cricketer Sachin Tendulkar during his playing days.

Virat is currently 34 years old, whilst Sachin retired at the age of 40 years and 206 days. Based on his present level of fitness, Virat can certainly play till he is 40 years old, but it will also depend on his personal reasons for retiring from cricket.

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