Virat Kohli is just one century away from this world record, will leave Ricky Ponting behind

Virat Kohli Word Record: The fourth and last match of the Test series between India and England will be played on March 4 at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. In this match, Indian team captain Virat Kohli will have a golden opportunity to name a new record. Kohli has scored two half-centuries in this Test series, but could not score a century. In the current Test series, India are 2–1 ahead of England. If the Indian team wins or draws this match, then it will win.

Could not score a century after 2019

In fact, Kohli last scored a century in the Day Night Test played against Bangladesh at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata in the month of November 2019. Since then, Kohli has not been able to score a century in 11 innings so far.

Will Kohli break Ricky Ponting’s record in this match

If Kohli scores a century in the Motera Test, then he will be able to record the record of scoring the most centuries by a captain. This record is currently in the name of former Australia captain Ricky Ponting. While captain, Kohli has 41 centuries in his name. This will be Kohli’s 42nd century. At the same time, this will be Kohli’s 28th century in the Test.

Kohli is like the hero of the modern era – Waugh

Meanwhile, former Australian batsman Steve Waugh believes that Virat Kohli is like a ‘modern-age hero’ who represents the ‘new attitude of India’ who has to face all things with the mindset of not being impossible. Are ready.

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