Virat Kohli is undoubtedly the best batsman in the world at the moment. At 28, no record seems too tough for Kohli to break. Innings after innings, match after match, the modern Master keeps amassing loads of runs, breaking several records in the process.
India began their second series of the home season, hosting the Kiwis for a 3-match ODI series. The first match of the series, played at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai, was the 200th One Day International, for the Indian skipper.
After losing the openers early, it was onto Captain Kohli’s shoulder to see the innings through and reach a respectable total. In the process of reaching the 31st Century of his ODI career, Kohli became the second highest century getter in ODIs. Bypassing, Ricky Ponting’s 30 Centuries, Kohli is now only second behind Sachin Tendulkar who had 49 Centuries in his ODI Career.
Ths shows how the young skipper has changed himself into a run machine, amassing runs after runs and keeping the hunger going every match. With this form it won’t be long for Kohli to get to the top of the chart, breaking Tendulkar’s record of most no. of centuries.