How Many Centuries Of Virat Kohli In All format

Virat Kohli has a legitimate claim to the title of the best batsman in cricket today The legendary cricketer is only the third Indian batter, behind Sachin Tendulkar and Rahul Dravid, to surpass 20,000 runs in international play with 22286 runs so far. 

The Indian captain, Virat Kohli, is a batting titan who has made bowlers’ lives miserable throughout the world over his more than a ten-year international career.

With 70 hundred under his belt, Kohli is third on the list of batsmen with the most centuries in international cricket. 

He will overtake Ricky Ponting’s record of 71 centuries and move into second place if he adds two more hundreds.

Ponting needed 668 international innings to make 71 centuries, but Kohli only needed 468 innings to reach that mark. 

With a staggering 100 international hundreds to his credit, the legendary Sachin Tendulkar holds the top slot. Virat Kohli has hit 27 centuries in test cricket, compared to 43 hundred in ODIs.

The 32-year-old has produced some incredible ODI innings. He helped India chase down a difficult mark of 321 in just 36.4 overs in 2012 against Sri Lanka at Hobart with a blistering 133* off just 86 balls. 

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The 183 against Pakistan at the 2012 Asia Cup was another gem from the master’s willow of one-day international cricket.

Virat Kohli, who entered the game with the score at 0/1, immediately launched a merciless attack on the opposition, scoring an incredible 183 off 148 balls, aiding India in achieving its goal of 330 with 13 balls remaining.

Virat Kohli

In Tests, Virat Kohli has played multiple game-winning strokes. Virat Kohli has also ignited the stage in the Test arena. The batting titan has the most double centuries (7), in Test cricket, of any Indian batsman. 

Some of Kohli’s many beautiful shots in the whites stood out because of the poise and power he displayed in the middle.

The 254* that he scored against South Africa in 2019 will go down as one of the most spectacular innings by an Indian batsman in home Test matches. 

The batting titan from Delhi faced 336 pitches and struck an undefeated 254 to help India record a total of 601 runs.

The giant batsman, who was born in Delhi, faced 336 pitches and hit an undefeated 254 to help India record a total of 601 runs, thrashing the Proteas by an innings and 137 runs.

Another Virat Kohli feat that will live on in our memories is the 235 against England in 2016 at Mumbai’s Wankhede stadium. 

James Anderson, Ben Stokes, and Adil Rashid made up England’s bowling attack when Kohli entered the game with the score at 146/2. 

Kohli overcame them to score a miraculous double century. He used the willow to great effect, allowing India to destroy England by an innings and 36 runs.

The Indian captain will be eager to go out and rack up some huge scores now that England is returning to Indian shores. 

Let’s look at all of Kohli’s centuries in Test and ODI cricket in the table below.

Virat Kohli’s ODI Centuries

No.ScoreOppositionVenueDate
1107Sri LankaEden Gardens, Kolkata24-Dec-09
2102*BangladeshSher-e-Bangla Cricket Stadium, Dhaka11-Jan-10
3118AustraliaAPCA-VDCA Stadium, Visakhapatnam20-Oct-10
4105New ZealandNehru Stadium, Guwahati28-Nov-10
5100*BangladeshSher-e-Bangla Cricket Stadium, Dhaka19-Feb-11
6107EnglandSophia Gardens, Cardiff16-Sep-11
7112*EnglandFeroz Shah Kotla Ground, Delhi17-Oct-11
8117West IndiesAPCA-VDCA Stadium, Visakhapatnam02-Dec-11
9133*Sri LankaBellerive Oval, Hobart28-Feb-12
10108Sri LankaSher-e-Bangla Cricket Stadium, Dhaka13-Mar-12
11183PakistanSher-e-Bangla Cricket Stadium, Dhaka18-Mar-12
12106Sri LankaMRIC Stadium, Hambantota21-Jul-12
13128*Sri LankaR. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo31-Jul-12
14102West IndiesQueen’s Park Oval, Port of Spain05-Jul-13
15115ZimbabweHarare Sports Club, Harare24-Jul-13
16100*AustraliaSawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur16-Oct-13
17115*AustraliaVCA Stadium, Nagpur30-Oct-13
18123New ZealandMcLean Park, Napier19-Jan-14
19136BangladeshKhan Shaheb Osman Ali Stadium, Fatullah26-Feb-14
20127West IndiesHPCA Stadium, Dharamshala17-Oct-14
21139*Sri LankaJSCA International Stadium, Ranchi16-Nov-14
22107PakistanAdelaide Oval, Adelaide15-Feb-15
23138South AfricaM. A. Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai22-Oct-15
24117AustraliaMelbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne17-Jan-16
25106AustraliaManuka Oval, Canberra20-Jan-16
26154*New ZealandPunjab Cricket Association IS Bindra Stadium, Mohali23-Oct-16
27122EnglandMaharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune15-Jan-17
28111*West IndiesSabina Park, Kingston06-Jul-17
29131Sri LankaR. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo31-Aug-17
30110*Sri LankaR. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo03-Sep-17
31121New ZealandWankhede Stadium, Mumbai22-Oct-17
32113New ZealandGreen Park Stadium, Kanpur29-Oct-17
33112South AfricaKingsmead Cricket Ground, Durban01-Feb-18
34160*South AfricaNewlands Cricket Ground, Cape Town07-Feb-18
35129*South AfricaSuperSport Park, Centurion16-Feb-18
36140West IndiesACA Stadium, Guwahati21-Oct-18
37157*West IndiesACA-VDCA Cricket Stadium, Visakhapatnam24-Oct-18
38107West IndiesMaharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune27-Oct-18
39104AustraliaAdelaide Oval, Adelaide15-Jan-19
40116AustraliaVidarbha Cricket Association Stadium, Nagpur05-Mar-19
41123AustraliaJSCA International Stadium, Ranchi08-Mar-19
42120West IndiesQueen’s Park Oval, Port of Spain11-Aug-19
43114*West IndiesQueen’s Park Oval, Port of Spain14-Aug-19

Virat Kohli has been given the moniker “Chase Master Kohli,” which more than adequately sums up his ODI career. 

There haven’t been many cricket players with such unwavering consistency throughout the game’s history. Everything you can imagine is covered in the Virat Kohli Centuries.

In the list of most centuries by a batsman in his 11-year career, Kohli has eclipsed greats like Ricky Ponting, Kumar Sangakarra, and Jacques Kallis.

He is dangerously near to breaking the ODI record of 49 hundred. At the moment, Kohli has 43 ODI hundreds.

Just to refresh your memory, Kohli made his ODI debut on August 18, 2008, against Sri Lanka. Since that day, 11 magnificent years have passed, yet Kohli is still regarded as the undisputed monarch.

Virat Kohli’s Test Centuries

No.ScoreOppositionVenueDate
1116AustraliaAdelaide Oval, Adelaide24-Jan-12
2103New ZealandM. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore31-Aug-12
3103EnglandVidarbha Cricket Association Stadium, Nagpur13-Dec-12
4107AustraliaM. A. Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai22-Feb-13
5119South AfricaWanderers Stadium, Johannesburg18-Dec-13
6105*New ZealandBasin Reserve, Wellington14-Feb-14
7115AustraliaAdelaide Oval, Adelaide09-Dec-14
8141AustraliaAdelaide Oval, Adelaide09-Dec-14
9169AustraliaMelbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne26-Dec-14
10147AustraliaSydney Cricket Ground, Sydney06-Jan-15
11103Sri LankaGalle International Stadium, Galle12-Aug-15
12200West IndiesSir Vivian Richards Stadium, North Sound21-Jul-16
13211New ZealandHolkar Stadium, Indore08-Oct-16
14167EnglandACA-VDCA Cricket Stadium, Visakhapatnam17-Nov-16
15235EnglandWankhede Stadium, Mumbai08-Dec-16
16204BangladeshRajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium, Hyderabad09-Feb-17
17103*Sri LankaGalle International Stadium, Galle26-Jul-17
18104*Sri LankaEden Gardens, Kolkata16-Nov-17
19213Sri LankaVidarbha Cricket Association Stadium, Nagpur24-Nov-17
20243Sri LankaFeroz Shah Kotla Ground, Delhi02-Dec-17
21153South AfricaSuperSport Park, Centurion13-Jan-18
22149EnglandEdgbaston Cricket Ground, Birmingham01-Aug-18
23103EnglandTrent Bridge, Nottingham18-Aug-18
24139West IndiesSaurashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Rajkot04-Oct-18
25123AustraliaPerth Stadium, Perth14-Dec-18
26254*South AfricaMaharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune10-Oct-19
27136BangladeshEden Gardens, Kolkata22-Nov-19

On June 20, 2011, Virat Kohli played his first Test against the West Indies. On August 22, 2018, Kohli, an Indian batsman, recorded the highest test rating of any player: 937. 

With a rating of 917, Sunil Gavaskar is the second Indian on the list.

Virat Kohli’s IPL Centuries

DateOppositionScoreVenue
May 18, 2016Vs Kings XI Punjab113M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore
May 14, 2016Vs Gujarat Lions109M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore
May 7, 2016Vs Rising Pune Supergiants108*M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore
April 24, 2016Vs Gujarat Lions100*Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Rajkot
April 19, 2019Vs Kolkata Knight Riders 100Eden Gardens, Kolkata

Virat is an example of the type of player that has played only for one franchise since the IPL’s beginning. 

Be mindful! They are an uncommon breed. Kohli has been the face of Royal Challengers Bangalore since he was first added to the team in 2008.

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