Mumbai: In a stunning display, King Kohli smashed a century in just 106 balls, propelling India to a score of 334 in 43 overs against New Zealand in the ICC World Cup semi-finals. Kohli’s remarkable feat includes breaking a record with hitting 50 international centuries, surpassing the legendary Sachin Tendulkar, who scored 49 international centuries.
Earlier, King Kohli showcased his prowess by securing his 72nd ODI half-century in today’s match. Crossing the 600-run mark in a single World Cup edition, Kohli has now surpassed Australian legend Ricky Ponting, securing the third position in the ODI run chase.
As of now, Kohli has accumulated over 13,700 runs. His remarkable feat places him behind cricket legends Sachin Tendulkar, who boasts 18,426 runs, and Kumar Sangakkara with 14,234 runs.