How Many Centuries Virat Kohli Has Scored In His Career? The cricketer from India named Virat Kohli. He is a top-order right-handed batsman who, as of January 2023, had scored 74 hundreds in international cricket, including 27 in Test matches, 46 in ODIs, and 1 in T20Is.
In August 2008, Kohli made his One-Day International debut against Sri Lanka. The following year, at Eden Gardens in Kolkata, against the same squad, he struck 107 runs to get his first century. India completed the second-highest run-chase of any team in Australia in February 2012 thanks to his 86-ball 133 not out against Sri Lanka.
Dean Jones, a former Australian cricketer, called the performance “one of the finest ODI knocks of all time.” The 2012 Asia Cup encounter between India and Pakistan included Kohli’s highest score of 183; India successfully chased down a target of 330 set by Pakistan, and Kohli was named man of the match. Then, in the 2013 Triangular Series match against the West Indies, he scored his first century as captain.
In their two-game series in October 2013 against Australia, Kohli scored two hundred in victorious run-chases. The first of the two, which reached 100 not out after 52 balls, continues to stand as the fastest ODI century by an Indian.
As of September 2019, the subsequent century, which was completed in 61 balls, is still the third-fastest by an Indian. India has lost just seven ODIs when he has scored a century, and 26 of his 46 ODI hundreds have occurred in the second innings. In terms of ODI centuries for an active player as of January 2023, Kohli is second only to Tendulkar (49) on the list.
A century was recorded by Kohli on an Australian trip in January 2012 after he made his Test debut against the West Indies in 2011. He scored centuries in both innings of the first Test of the 2014–15 Border–Gavaskar Trophy, scoring 115 and 141 to become the fourth Indian player to accomplish this feat.
During the series, he was named the Test team’s captain, and he made history by becoming the first player to record hundreds in each of his first three innings as captain. The fifth player to record three or more double centuries in a single year was Kohli in 2016. He replicated the feat the following year and made history by being the first batsman to record four double centuries in a row in the Test series.
He shares fourth place in the list of players with seven double centuries.
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He recorded ten centuries in one calendar year for the first time in 2017 as a captain. He finished second to Sachin Tendulkar in terms of the century in a calendar year the following year with eleven. Kohli scored seven hundreds in 2019, including five ODI centuries.
In addition, he beat South Africa with his best Test cricket score. Ricky Pointing’s record of 71 hundreds recorded in international cricket was surpassed by Virat Kohli’s century against Bangladesh in the third one-day international in late 2022.
Before scoring his first T20I century against Afghanistan in September 2022, Kohli went through a three-year century drought. It took him 1,021 days from his previous hundred to score the century. The previous record for an Indian in T20Is was 122*, which was surpassed on February 1, 2023, by Shubman Gill (126*).
Virat Kohli International Centuries List
Virat Kohli Test Centuries List
|1||116||Australia||6||2||4/4||Adelaide Oval, Adelaide||Away||24 January 2012||Lost|
|2||103||New Zealand||5||2||2/2||M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore||Home||31 August 2012||Won|
|3||103||England||5||2||4/4||Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium, Nagpur||Home||13 December 2012||Drawn|
|4||107||Australia||5||2||1/4||M. A. Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai||Home||22 February 2013||Won|
|5||119||South Africa||4||1||1/2||Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg||Away||18 December 2013||Drawn|
|6||105*||New Zealand||4||4||2/2||Basin Reserve, Wellington||Away||14 February 2014||Drawn|
|7||115||Australia||4||2||1/4||Adelaide Oval, Adelaide||Away||9 December 2014||Lost|
|8||141||Australia||4||4||1/4||Adelaide Oval, Adelaide||Away||9 December 2014||Lost|
|9||169||Australia||4||2||3/4||Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne||Away||26 December 2014||Drawn|
|10||147||Australia||4||2||4/4||Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney||Away||6 January 2015||Drawn|
|11||103||Sri Lanka||4||2||1/3||Galle International Stadium, Galle||Away||12 August 2015||Lost|
|12||200||West Indies||4||1||1/4||Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, North Sound||Away||21 July 2016||Won|
|13||211||New Zealand||4||1||3/3||Holkar Stadium, Indore||Home||8 October 2016||Won|
|14||167||England||4||1||2/5||ACA-VDCA Cricket Stadium, Visakhapatnam||Home||17 November 2016||Won|
|15||235||England||4||2||4/5||Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai||Home||8 December 2016||Won|
|16||204||Bangladesh||4||1||1/1||Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium, Hyderabad||Home||9 February 2017||Won|
|17||103*||Sri Lanka||4||3||1/3||Galle International Stadium, Galle||Away||26 July 2017||Won|
|18||104*||Sri Lanka||4||3||1/3||Eden Gardens, Kolkata||Home||16 November 2017||Drawn|
|19||213||Sri Lanka||4||2||2/3||Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium, Nagpur||Home||24 November 2017||Won|
|20||243||Sri Lanka||4||1||3/3||Feroz Shah Kotla Ground, Delhi||Home||2 December 2017||Drawn|
|21||153||South Africa||4||2||2/3||SuperSport Park, Centurion||Away||13 January 2018||Lost|
|22||149||England||4||2||1/5||Edgbaston Cricket Ground, Birmingham||Away||1 August 2018||Lost|
|23||103||England||4||3||3/5||Trent Bridge, Nottingham||Away||18 August 2018||Won|
|24||139||West Indies||4||1||1/2||Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Rajkot||Home||4 October 2018||Won|
|25||123||Australia||4||2||2/4||Perth Stadium, Perth||Away||14 December 2018||Lost|
|26||254*||South Africa||4||1||2/3||Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune||Home||10 October 2019||Won|
|27||136||Bangladesh||4||2||2/2||Eden Gardens, Kolkata||Home||22 November 2019||Won|
Virat Kohli ODI Centuries List
|1||107||Sri Lanka||4||2||93.85||Eden Gardens, Kolkata||Home||24 December 2009||Won|
|2||102*||Bangladesh||3||2||107.37||Sher-e-Bangla Cricket Stadium, Dhaka||Away||11 January 2010||Won|
|3||118||Australia||3||2||97.52||APCA-VDCA Stadium, Visakhapatnam||Home||20 October 2010||Won|
|4||105||New Zealand||3||1||100.96||Nehru Stadium, Guwahati||Home||28 November 2010||Won|
|5||100*||Bangladesh||4||1||120.48||Sher-e-Bangla Cricket Stadium, Dhaka||Away||19 February 2011||Won|
|6||107||England||4||1||115.05||Sophia Gardens, Cardiff||Away||16 September 2011||Lost (D/L)|
|7||112*||England||4||2||114.28||Feroz Shah Kotla Ground, Delhi||Home||17 October 2011||Won|
|8||117||West Indies||4||2||95.12||APCA-VDCA Stadium, Visakhapatnam||Home||2 December 2011||Won|
|9||133*||Sri Lanka||4||2||154.65||Bellerive Oval, Hobart||Neutral||28 February 2012||Won|
|10||108||Sri Lanka||3||1||90||Sher-e-Bangla Cricket Stadium, Dhaka||Neutral||13 March 2012||Won|
|11||183||Pakistan||3||2||123.64||Sher-e-Bangla Cricket Stadium, Dhaka||Neutral||18 March 2012||Won|
|12||106||Sri Lanka||3||1||93.8||MRIC Stadium, Hambantota||Away||21 July 2012||Won|
|13||128*||Sri Lanka||3||2||107.56||R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo||Away||31 July 2012||Won|
|14||102||West Indies||3||1||122.89||Queen’s Park Oval, Port of Spain||Away||5 July 2013||Won (D/L)|
|15||115||Zimbabwe||3||2||106.48||Harare Sports Club, Harare||Away||24 July 2013||Won|
|16||100*||Australia||3||2||192.3||Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur||Home||16 October 2013||Won|
|17||115*||Australia||3||2||174.24||VCA Stadium, Nagpur||Home||30 October 2013||Won|
|18||123||New Zealand||3||2||110.81||McLean Park, Napier||Away||19 January 2014||Lost|
|19||136||Bangladesh||3||2||111.47||Khan Shaheb Osman Ali Stadium, Fatullah||Away||26 February 2014||Won|
|20||127||West Indies||3||1||111.4||HPCA Stadium, Dharamshala||Home||17 October 2014||Won|
|21||139*||Sri Lanka||4||2||110.31||JSCA International Stadium, Ranchi||Home||16 November 2014||Won|
|22||107||Pakistan||3||1||84.9||Adelaide Oval, Adelaide||Neutral||15 February 2015||Won|
|23||138||South Africa||3||1||98.57||M. A. Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai||Home||22 October 2015||Won|
|24||117||Australia||3||1||100||Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne||Away||17 January 2016||Lost|
|25||106||Australia||3||2||115.21||Manuka Oval, Canberra||Away||20 January 2016||Lost|
|26||154*||New Zealand||3||2||114.92||Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra Stadium, Mohali||Home||23 October 2016||Won|
|27||122||England||3||2||116.19||Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune||Home||15 January 2017||Won|
|28||111*||West Indies||3||2||96.52||Sabina Park, Kingston||Away||6 July 2017||Won|
|29||131||Sri Lanka||3||1||136.45||R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo||Away||31 August 2017||Won|
|30||110*||Sri Lanka||3||2||94.82||R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo||Away||3 September 2017||Won|
|31||121||New Zealand||3||1||96.8||Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai||Home||22 October 2017||Lost|
|32||113||New Zealand||3||1||106.6||Green Park Stadium, Kanpur||Home||29 October 2017||Won|
|33||112||South Africa||3||2||94.11||Kingsmead Cricket Ground, Durban||Away||1 February 2018||Won|
|34||160*||South Africa||3||1||100.62||Newlands Cricket Ground, Cape Town||Away||7 February 2018||Won|
|35||129*||South Africa||3||2||134.37||SuperSport Park, Centurion||Away||16 February 2018||Won|
|36||140||West Indies||3||2||130.84||ACA Stadium, Guwahati||Home||21 October 2018||Won|
|37||157*||West Indies||3||1||121.71||ACA-VDCA Cricket Stadium, Visakhapatnam||Home||24 October 2018||Tied|
|38||107||West Indies||3||2||89.91||Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune||Home||27 October 2018||Lost|
|39||104||Australia||3||2||92.85||Adelaide Oval, Adelaide||Away||15 January 2019||Won|
|40||116||Australia||3||1||96.67||Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium, Nagpur||Home||5 March 2019||Won|
|41||123||Australia||3||2||129.47||JSCA International Stadium, Ranchi||Home||8 March 2019||Lost|
|42||120||West Indies||3||1||96||Queen’s Park Oval, Port of Spain||Away||11 August 2019||Won|
|43||114*||West Indies||3||2||115.15||Queen’s Park Oval, Port of Spain||Away||14 August 2019||Won|
|44||113||Bangladesh||3||1||124.17||Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, Chittagong||Away||10 December 2022||Won|
|45||113||Sri Lanka||3||1||129.88||ACA Stadium, Guwahati||Home||10 January 2023||Won|
|46||166*||Sri Lanka||3||1||150.9||Greenfield International Stadium, Thiruvananthapuram||Home||15 January 2023||Won|
Virat Kohli T20I Centuries List
|1||122*||Afghanistan||2||1||200||Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai||Neutral||8 September 2022||Won|