Virat Kohli World Records in Cricket: All Formats, ICC Ranking, Career Info and Stats

Virat Kohli Records

Virat Kohli has made very big records in the cricket world at a very young age. The right-handed Indian batsman played his first ODI against Sri Lanka in August 2008. Kohli scored his first ODI century (107 runs) against Sri Lanka at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata. His name in ODI cricket currently stands at 43 centuries and Sachin Tendulkar (49) has scored more centuries than this.

Virat Kohli's centuries in ODI cricket:

1. 2009 Sri Lanka -107 Kolkata
2. 2010 Bangladesh - 102 Dhaka
3. 2010 Australia - 118 Visakhapatnam
4. 2010 New Zealand - 105 Guwahati
5. 2011 Bangladesh - 100 Dhaka
6. 2011 England - 107 Cardiff
7. 2011 England -112 Delhi
8. 2011 West Indies - 117 Visakhapatnam
9. 2012 Sri Lanka - 133  Hobart
10. 2012 Sri Lanka - 108 Dhaka
11. 2012 Pakistan - 183 Dhaka
12. 2012 Sri Lanka - 106 Hambantota
13. 2012 Sri Lanka - 128 Colombo
14. 2013 West Indies -102 Port of Spain
15. 2013 Zimbabwe 115 Harare
16. 2013 Australia - 100 Jaipur
17. 2013 Australia - 115  Nagpur
18. 2014 New Zealand - 123 Napier
19. 2014 Bangladesh -136 Fatullah
20 2014 West Indies - 127 Dharamshala
21. 2014 Sri Lanka - 139  Ranchi
22. 2015 Pakistan - 107 Adelaide
23. 2015 South Africa - 138 Chennai
24. 2016 Australia - 117 Melbourne
25. 2016 Australia - 106 Canberra
26. 2016 New Zealand - 154 Mohali
27. 2017 England - 122 Pune
28 2017 West Indies - 111 Kingston
29. 2017 Sri Lanka - 131 Colombo
30. 2017 Sri Lanka -110  Colombo
31. 2017 New Zealand - 121 Mumbai
32. 2017 New Zealand - 113 Kanpur
33. 2018 South Africa - 112 Durban
34. 2018 South Africa - 160 Cape Town
35. 2018 South Africa - 129 Centurion
36. 2018 West Indies - 140 Guwahati
37. 2018 West Indies - 157 Visakhapatnam
38 2018 West Indies - 107 Pune
39. 2019 Australia - 104 Adelaide
40. 2019 Australia - 116 Nagpur
41. 2019 Australia - 123 Ranchi
42. 2019 West Indies - 120 Port of Spain
43. 2019 West Indies - 114  Port of Spain



The records made by Virat Kohli in One Day Internationals are as follows:

1. Kohli has not made a double century in ODIs.

2. Kohli has scored 9 centuries against West Indies, centuries against Sri Lanka and Australia (8) and 4 against New Zealand and South Africa, 3 against England and Bangladesh, 2 against Pakistan and one against Zimbabwe.

3. Kohli has scored 6-6 centuries in the years 2017 and 2018.

4. Kohli scored his highest one-day international score (183) against Pakistan in 2012 at the "Sher Bangla National Stadium", Dhaka (Bangladesh).

5 . This has happened only 6 times when Kohli has scored a century and India has lost the match, apart from this, when Kohli has scored a century, India has won the match.

6 . Kohli has scored 19 centuries in India and 20 on foreign soil while 4 centuries have been made on the neutral ground (neither in Mejwan nor in the guest country).

If I say that currently Virat Kohli is a living legend of international cricket, it will not be an exaggeration. I hope all the cricket lovers will get to hear a lot about Kohli in the coming times.


Virat Kohli's century in Test cricket:

In Test cricket, Virat Kohli's bat is speaking loudly and after making his debut against the West Indies in 2011, he scored his first Test century in 2012 against Australia in Perth. He has scored 7 double centuries in Tests.

1. 2012 Australia -116 Adelaide
2. 2012 New Zealand -103 Bangalore
3. 2012 England -103 Nagpur
4. 2013 Australia -107 Chennai
5. 2013 South Africa -119 Johannesburg
6. 2014 New Zealand -105  Wellington
7. 2014 Australia -115 Adelaide
8. 2014 Australia -141 Adelaide
9. 2014 Australia -169 Melbourne
10. 2015 Australia -147 Sydney
11. 2015 Sri Lanka -103 Galle
12. 2016 West Indies -200 North Sound
13. 2016 New Zealand -211 Indore
14. 2016 England -167 Visakhapatnam
15. 2016 England -235 Mumbai
16. 2017 Bangladesh -204 Hyderabad
17. 2017 Sri Lanka -103  Galle
18. 2017 Sri Lanka -104 Kolkata
19. 2017 Sri Lanka -213 Nagpur
20. 2017 Sri Lanka -243 Delhi
21. 2018 South Africa -153 Centurion
22. 2018 England -149 Birmingham
23. 2018 England -103 Nottingham
24. 2018 West Indies -139 Rajkot
25. 2018 Australia -123 Perth
26. 2019 South Africa -254  Pune
27. 2019 Bangladesh -136 Kolkata

Kohli has an average of 55 runs in Test matches while around 60 runs in ODIs which can be a matter of envy for any batsman.

As of September 2019, Virat Kohli is second in ICC batting rankings and first in ODIs, while ranking 12th in T20 format.

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