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Virat Kohli sets a world batting record by scoring seven centuries against three teams

Virat Kohli sets a world batting record by scoring seven centuries against three teams

 

Published in Samaa, on Mar 7th, 2019,

Virat Kohli became the first cricketer to score at least seven centuries against three different sides in international cricket.

He achieved the feat after scoring a ton against Australia in the second ODI. This was his seventh century against the Kangaroos and his 40th career century.

 

The Indian batting legend had achieved the feat against two teams. He had scored eight centuries against Sri Lanka and seven centuries against the West Indies.

Kohli has also become the youngest player to score 40 centuries at the age of 30 years and 121 days.  Earlier, Tendulkar held the record when he achieved the feat at the age of 33 years.

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