Virat Kohli

Star hitter Virat Kohli has turned into all the rage after he crushed his 45th ODI century during India’s most memorable ODI against Sri Lanka in Guwahati on Tuesday. The 34-year-old player scored 113 runs off 87 balls as Group India enlisted an agreeable 67-run triumph over the guests to take 1-0 lead in the three-match series. With 100 years, Virat likewise equallised Sachin Tendulkar’s record of scoring the most ‘home hundreds’ in ODIs. He is likewise only four tons from equalling Tendulkar’s record of most hundreds of years in the configuration (49).

On being gotten some information about who is the player among Sachin and Kohli, previous BBCI president Sourav Ganguly was cited by PTI, “It’s a troublesome inquiry to respond to. Kohli is a phenomenal player. He’s played numerous such innings, 45 hundreds don’t occur this way. He’s an extraordinary ability. There will be periods when he won’t score, however he’s an extraordinary player.”

Kohli pummeled his 45th ODI century and, generally speaking his 73rd in global cricket, on Tuesday. The player is currently just four such thumps from equalling Sachin Tendulkar’s record of 49 ODI tons.

India rode on Kohli’s hundred to beat Sri Lanka by 67 runs in the main ODI and take 1-0 lead in the three-match series. Kohli’s knock set up India’s enormous all out of 373 for 7.

Captain Rohit Sharma hammered 83 off 67 balls while Shubman Gill made a 60-ball 70. Umran Malik (3/57) and Mohammed Siraj (2/30) divided five wickets among them as India limited Sri Lanka to 306 for 8 out of 50 overs. Commander Dasun Shanaka (108 not out) top-scored for Sri Lanka while Pathum Nissanka contributed 72.