Breaking Records: Virat Kohli Matches Sachin Tendulkar's Most ODI Hundreds In a stunning display of skill and determination, Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli has equaled the record set by the legendary Sachin Tendulkar for the most One-Day International (ODI) centuries. Kohli's latest century against West Indies brings his total to a remarkable 49, the same number Tendulkar achieved during his illustrious career. This achievement solidifies Kohli's position as one of the greatest batsmen in the history of the game. Known for his impeccable technique and ability to chase down any target, Kohli has consistently showcased his brilliance on the cricket field. His record-breaking feat is yet another feather in his cap, as he continues to rewrite the history books. With every century, Kohli's hunger for success only intensifies, cementing his legacy as a modern-day cricket icon. As cricket fans around the world marvel at his achievements, comparisons between Kohli and Tendulkar are inevitable. While some may argue about who is the better batsman, there is no denying that both players have left an indelible mark on the sport. As Kohli inches closer to surpassing Tendulkar's record, fans eagerly anticipate the possibility of witnessing history being made. Will Kohli become the undisputed king of ODI centuries? Only time will tell.
Kohli hit record-equaling 49th ODI century vs South Africa in Kolkata
Kohli has now gone level with Tendulkar's ODI centuries record
Virat Kohli equals Sachin Tendulkar's world record of 49 ODI hundreds in 2023 World Cup match against South Africa.
Kohli hit 101 not out in 120 balls against South Africa in Kolkata
Legendary Kohli: Celebrating His Milestone 49th ODI Century vs South Africa in Kolkata
In a stunning display of batting prowess, Virat Kohli smashed his way to a record-equaling 49th century in One Day Internationals (ODIs) during the World Cup 2023 match against South Africa in Kolkata. Kohli's masterful innings left the crowd in awe as he showcased his exceptional skill, concentration, and shot-making ability. With this century, Kohli joins an elite group of players, drawing level with the legendary Sachin Tendulkar, who also has 49 ODI centuries to his name. The atmosphere at the Eden Gardens was electric as Kohli dominated the South African bowling attack, leaving cricket enthusiasts marveling at his batsmanship. This remarkable achievement further solidifies Kohli's legacy as one of the greatest batsmen of his generation. As the World Cup continues, fans eagerly anticipate more outstanding performances from this cricketing maestro.