In exciting cricket news, India’s cricket sensation, Virat Kohli, smashed his 50th century in one-day internationals at the Cricket World Cup on Wednesday. This remarkable feat surpassed the record he shared with the legendary Sachin Tendulkar.
Kohli’s celebration was a sight to behold as he raised his arms in triumph, knelt down, and bowed to the cheering fans at the Wankhede stadium. The superstar batsman reached a century with an unbeaten 100 runs off 106 balls, showcasing a flawless innings with hardly any chances given to the opposition.
Nicknamed “The King” in India and recognized as one of the world’s most famous cricketers, the 35-year-old Kohli marked his 279th ODI appearance in this semifinal match against New Zealand. Having debuted in the 50-over format in 2008, Kohli has been a consistent performer for his team.
This World Cup has been particularly special for Kohli, who notched up his third century in the tournament. Finishing the group stage as the leading run-scorer with an impressive 594 runs and an average of exactly 99, Kohli is truly making this World Cup his own. Fans around the globe are celebrating his exceptional achievement in the world of cricket.