Virat Kohli Record: Virat Kohli thrashed the bowlers in the Super 4 match of Asia Cup 2023 being played between India and Pakistan on the grounds of Colombo. The match was stopped midway due to rain on the first day. At that time Virat Kohli had returned unbeaten after scoring 8 runs. After this, when the match started again on the reserve day on the second day, Kohli took some time in the beginning, but after that King Kohli did what he is known for. He thrashed every bowler of Pakistan and completed his century in 84 balls. In this match, he played an unbeaten inning of 122 runs on 94 balls. Along with this he made many new records in his name.
Reached the figure of 13000 runs in ODI
Virat Kohli made a special record in his name by scoring 98 runs in this match. King Kohli has become the first batsman in the world to complete the fastest 13 thousand runs in ODI. With this, Virat Kohli also broke Sachin’s record. Now after Sachin and Sanath Jayasuriya, Kohli has become the third batsman to cross the figure of 130000.
Virat Kohli left behind Rahul Dravid and Mahendra Singh Dhoni
Along with completing 1000 international runs this year, Virat Kohli has also broken a big record of two former great Indian players Rahul Dravid and Mahendra Singh Dhoni. Now Virat Kohli has reached second position for India in terms of completing 1000 runs most number of times in a year. Kohli has achieved this feat for the 12th time in his international career. Whereas Dhoni and Dravid have touched this figure 11-11 times. Sachin Tendulkar is on top in this matter. He did this feat 16 times.
Virat Kohli scores 50 plus for the third consecutive time in Colombo
Virat Kohli has crossed the figure of more than 50 for the fourth consecutive time at the Premadasa Stadium in Colombo. Earlier, Virat Kohli had succeeded in scoring three consecutive centuries here.
Meanwhile, Virat Kohli has also equaled Ricky Ponting in terms of scoring 50 plus most times in ODI cricket. Sachin Tendulkar is on top in this matter. He has crossed the 50-plus mark 145 times in his ODI career. Whereas Kumar Sangakkara of Sri Lanka is at second position. He has done this feat 118 times. Meanwhile, now Virat Kohli has equaled Ricky Ponting by doing this work for the 112th time. If Kohli continues to play like this, he will soon leave Sangakkara behind.