Virat Kohli's four centuries at the ODI World CUP

History Created

Virat Kohli on Sunday created history with a record-equalling 49th ODI century against South Africa at the WorldCup in Kolkata.

Record-Equalling Ton 

With the ton, Kohli equaled legendary Sachin Tendulkar's Record of Scoring the Most Centuries in the 50 over Format.

Fourth World Cup Ton

The Century was also Kohli's Fourth at the 50-over World Cup and the second in the ongoing edition of the tournament.

First ton at the World Cup

Kohli's first-ever century the World Cup came against Bangladesh in Dhaka in the 2011 edition

Kholi Blitz 

Kohli Slammed an 83-ball 100 not out at the Sher-e-Bangla Stadium where India beat Bangladesh by 87 runs

The second ton 

Kohli's second World Cup ton came in the 2015 edition when he slammed 107 against Pakistan in Adelaide.

A century against arch-rivals

Kohli's century guided India to 300 for 7 after which Pakistan folded for 224 in the chase to suffer a 76-run loss.

Third century for Kohli at home

Kohli notched up his third World Cup hundred in the clash against Bangladesh in Pune in the 2023 edition.

Chase master at his best 

Chasing 257 for victory, Kohli scored an unbeaten 103 off 97 balls to guide India to a 7-wicket win.

A heroic effort

On his 35th birthday, Kohli fired his fourth World Cup ton, scoring an unbeaten 101 against South Africa in Kolkata.

Another ton in winning cause

The superb Kohli ton, guided India to a formidable 326 for 5. South Africa lost the Match by 243 runs as they folded for 83 inside 28 overs.

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