India vs England 1st ODI: The first match of the three-match ODI series will be played between India and England today. The match will start at Maharashtra Cricket Stadium in Pune from 01:30 pm. After making the Test and T20 series their names, now Team India would like to capture the ODI series as well. Indian captain Virat Kohli can name many big records in this match.
Kohli can match this record of Sachin Tendulkar
In the ODI, the record of the highest century on domestic land for India is in the name of former veteran Sachin Tendulkar. He has scored a total of 20 centuries at home. At the same time, the current Indian captain Virat Kohli has 19 centuries on the domestic floor. In this case, by scoring a century today, he can equal this big record of Sachin.
King Kohli’s eyes will be on this Ponting record
As captain, Ricky Ponting has 22 centuries in ODI cricket. At the same time, Virat Kohli has scored 21 centuries so far. In such a situation, by scoring a century in the first ODI, King Kohli will equal Ponting’s record of scoring the most centuries as a captain in ODIs. Ponting scored 22 centuries in 230 matches. At the same time, Kohli has scored 21 centuries in just 92 matches.
Highest century in international cricket
The record of scoring the most centuries in international cricket is in the name of former Indian veteran Sachin Tendulkar. He has scored a total of 100 centuries. At the same time, former Australian veteran Ricky Ponting is named second in this list. Ponting has scored a total of 71 centuries in international cricket. At the same time, King Kohli is third in this list with 70 centuries. Today, by scoring a century in the first ODI against England, Kohli can also match this Ponting record.