The prolific Indian batsman Virat Kohli has scored 70 centuries in his international career, including six hundred in ODIs. He is the third-highest run-scorer in ODIs, after Sachin Tendulkar and Ricky Ponting, who both have eighty-one. also has a strike rate of almost 108.5 in the longest format and averages 50. He also has a record of making more ODI centuries than any other batsman in any format.

In ODIs, Kohli has scored a century in seven successive innings. His last ODI century came in the West Indies against England during India’s tour of the West Indies. This was his fifth hundred in Test matches. He has made a record 174 Tests. The next best one is eighty-five.

The best bowler in ODIs is Rohit Sharma. He is a prolific batsman who has broken numerous records in the ODI format. His maiden double century against the West Indies was his most impressive feat. He also broke the record for the fastest multiples of 1000 in ODIs. In 2016, he was India’s highest run-scorer in ODIs and won the ICC ODI Cricketer of the Year award.

A century in the ODI format is an exceptional score. There have been many notable centuries in the past, but the last hundred by Kohli is the highest in ODIs. The list below is a complete listing of his Test and ODI centuries. With so many ODI and Test hundreds in his batting repertoire, this batting sensation is one of the most prolific in the modern era.

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The ODI century by Virender Sehwag is the most remarkable among all ODI players. It is the most valuable ODI century in the history of all formats. A hundred in an ODI is an exceptional score in any format, but a hundred in a Test is an unbeatable score. In a World Cup final, only one century has been scored by Rahane, but his three-century against Australia is a match-winning hundred.

With a record of forty-three centuries, a double century against New Zealand is the most impressive, as the Indian captain is considered one of the greatest ODI batsmen ever. such a remarkable number of ODI and Test centuries, a lifetime batting average of 83 is not only a testament to the greatness of the ODI format but also to a player’s work ethic.

With his first double century against the West Indies in 2016, he has now scored seven double hundreds in ODIs. Despite the absence of a double ton in T20Is, he is averaging more than four centuries in ODIs, including his maiden ton against the West Indies in 2019. In ODIs, his record has risen by a huge ten years.

A century is a great achievement for any Cricgator player, but in ODIs, a century is a rare feat. The opening batsman only gets a half-century in a match and does not get a full 50-overs’ over in the other format. Hence, his century in ODIs is the most outstanding among all ODIs.

The Indian captain has made an incredible 100 in an ODI while chasing a target. Moreover, his best century came against Pakistan in the 2012 Asia Cup, with a match-winning score of 183. Only MS Dhoni and Sourav Ganguly have managed to reach such lofty heights. Unlike his ODI centuries, the Indian captain has not yet scored a century in T20.

The Indian captain has made a century in his first ODI match against South Africa. A century against Bangladesh is the first century of a Test captain. In ODIs, a century against South Africa is a major milestone. Against England, a hundred against England is the second-highest score in an ODI. A century in an ODI is the highest ODI score in a batting marathon.