Sachin Tendulkar’s record to be equalled by Virat Kohli after one more ODI century


There is no uncertainty at all that Virat has set the bar on consistency exceptionally high. An average of over 50 in all three formats shows just how prolific and consistent he has been in every format.

He is truth be told only six centuries from equalling Sachin Tendulkars unsurpassed ODI hundreds of years record of 49.The last time Virat Kohli scored an ODI century was back in March 2019 versus Australia. He has indeed glanced in heavenly touch in the continuous arrangement versus England up until now, with consecutive fifties.

In today’s winner take all clash in the 3rd ODI, if the Indian captain scores his 44th ODI century, he will equal a very special Sachin record. Here’s a quick look at what’s at stake in today’s match in terms of personal milestones. And the other big statistics going into the series decider in Pune today. Virat Kohli is one century away from equalling the record for most men’s ODI tons in India.

Virat is additionally one century short of posting the joint-most hundreds in men’s ODIs among India and England.

England are hoping to keep away from consecutive multi-game men’s ODI two-sided arrangement overcomes interestingly since 2014 when they lost three such arrangement in progression; it is 1-1 heading into the last round of this three-match series today.

Four of the last five men’s ODI matches played among India and England have been won by the current World Champions, remembering a complete six-wicket triumph for the second ODI of the progressing series