Virat Kohli broke his Test century drought in the fourth and final game of the series against Australia. At Ahmedabad, he recorded his 28th century in his Test career.
He has now scored 75 centuries in international cricket. With this, he has now passed Sachin Tendulkar as the player with the second-most hundreds in international cricket. 100 centuries had been scored by Sachin for India in total. Virat has has so far scored 75 hundreds in cricket. Of these, 28 have come in Test matches, 46 in ODIs, and one in T20 matches.
During day four of the fourth Test against Australia on Sunday, Virat Kohli got his 28th century and Axar Patel put together a 162-run partnership.
In the fourth and final Test of the series against Australia, Team India had a great performance on Day 4, posting a massive score of 570/9 in the first innings. On Day 3 of the Test, Shubman Gill blasted an outstanding hundred,With a remarkable 186 runs for the team, India’s great batsman Virat Kohli snapped a more than three-year drought without a century in the longest format of the game. When going for a six against Todd Murphy, Kohli appeared to be on track for a double century, but a string of wickets in the lower order eventually pushed the batter to play it risky. He was caught at deep midwicket.
In a Test match against Bangladesh in November 2019, Virat Kohli scored his previous century. He was unable to make another century in Test cricket after this. Now that they have, the drought is over. After 41 innings and 23 games, Virat Kohli has reached the century mark in Test cricket. Before to this, he had to wait an average of 11 innings between two hundreds in Test matches. He has now defeated Australia 16 times. In both Tests and ODIs, he has eight centuries total.