Team Indian captain Virat Kohli made several records in his name by scoring a magnificent century in the third one-dayer against the West Indies on Saturday. Let’s talk about all that records which Virat Kohli created on saturday.
Record No. 1 : First Indian player to score three consecutive centuries in ODIs
Virat Kohli has now become the first Indian player to score three consecutive centuries in ODIs. There is no others Indian batsman who has done this before Virat Kohli. He is the only Indian batsman to do so.
Record No. 2 : First captain to score three consecutive centuries in ODIs
Virat Kohli has become the first captain to score three consecutive centuries in ODIs. There is no others captain who has done this before Virat Kohli. He is the only captain to do so.
Record No. 3 : Second player to score most centuries in ODIs as a captain
Virat Kohli has now become the second cricketer in the history of the game to become the captain of the Century. He has scored 33 centuries as captain. Former Australia captain Ricky Ponting is on number one spot. He has scored 41 centuries as captain. Graeme Smith (33) and Steve Smith (20) are on the third and fourth place.
Record No. 4 : Second player to score most consecutive centuries in ODIs
Indian captain Virat Kohli has become the second player to score the most consecutive hundreds in ODIs. He has scored 4 centuries. South African batsman AB de Villiers was the first player with 4 centuries. Along with this, Virat kohli also equalized AB in this case.
Record No. 5 : Fourth player to score most centuries as captain in any ODI series
Virat Kohli has reached the fourth spot in the form of the highest century in any one-day series. In this case, Sourav Ganguly is on first place with three hundreds. He did this in ICC World Cup 2002/03. At the same time AB de Villiers on the second spot who did it against Team India in 2015/16. Third spot is also belongs to Virat Kohli, he scored 3 centuries against South Africa in 2017-18.
Team India lost by 43 runs even after the brilliant century of Virat Kohli in the match. Kohli scored 107 runs in 119 balls with 10 fours and a six. The fourth ODI match will be played on Monday.