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The Century Machine: Complete List of Virat Kohli Centuries

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Step into the world of cricket‘s modern maestro – Virat Kohli, the former captain of the Indian cricket team and a formidable batsman of our times. Beyond his incredible talent, there lies an enigmatic aura surrounding his personality, igniting heated debates about his attitude and temperament. However, whenever he steps onto the field, his majestic game emerges to silence even the harshest critics, proving his mettle time and again. With astonishing prowess, he has notched up a staggering 76 centuries in international cricket, standing tall among the elite few who have achieved such a remarkable feat. Would you like to delve into the remarkable list of each of Virat Kohli’s centuries?

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Brace yourself as we take you on a thrilling journey, unveiling the date, opposition, score, match status, and the iconic venues where he etched his name in cricketing folklore. The saga of Virat Kohli’s centuries awaits you!

Virat Kohli IPL Centuries

Virat Kohli IPL Centuries | KreedOn
Source: Scroll.in| Virat Kohli century
S.No. Date Opposite Score Venue
1 24 Apr 2016 GL 100* Rajkot
2 7 May 2016 RPS 108* Bengaluru
3 14 May 2016 GL 109 Bengaluru
4 18 May 2016 KXIP 113 Bengaluru
5 19 Apr 2019 KKR 100 Kolkata
6 May 2023 SRH 100 Hyderabad
7 May 2023 GT 101 Bengaluru

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Virat Kohli Total Test Centuries

Virat Kohli Test Centuries | KreedOn
Source: BBC | Virat Kohli century

In Test cricket, Kohli’s batting prowess is a sight to behold. He boasts an impressive record of scoring centuries against some of the most formidable bowling attacks in the world. His technically sound batting style, combined with his ability to adapt to different conditions, makes him a master of the longest format of the game. The former Indian captain also has 29 test centuries to his name with the first one coming against the Aussies on 24 January 2012 at Adelaide. 

S.No. Date Opposite Score Innings Match Result Venue
1 24 January 2012 Australia 116 2 Lost Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
2 31 August 2012 New Zealand 103 2 Won M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore
3 13 December 2012 England 103 2 Drawn Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium, Nagpur
4 22 February 2013 Australia 107 2 Won M. A. Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai
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18 December 2013 South Africa 119 1 Drawn Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg
6 14 February 2014 New Zealand 105 4 Drawn Basin Reserve, Wellington
7 9 December 2014 Australia 115 2 Lost Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
8 9 December 2014 Australia 141 4 Lost Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
9 26 December 2014 Australia 169 2 Drawn Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne
10 6 January 2015 Australia 147 2 Drawn Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney
11 12 August 2015 Sri Lanka 103 2 Lost Galle International Stadium, Galle
12 21 July 2016 West Indies 200 1 Won Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, North Sound
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8 October 2016 New Zealand 211 1 Won Holkar Stadium, Indore
14 17 November 2016 England 167 1 Won ACA-VDCA Cricket Stadium, Visakhapatnam
15 8 December 2016 England 235 2 Won Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai
16 9 February 2017 Bangladesh 204 1 Won Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium, Hyderabad
17 29 July 2017 Sri Lanka 103 3 Won Galle International Stadium, Galle
18 20 November 2017 Sri Lanka 104 3 Drawn Eden Gardens, Kolkata
19 24 November 2017 Sri Lanka 213 2 Won Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium, Nagpur
20 2 December 2017 Sri Lanka 243 1 Drawn Feroz Shah Kotla Ground, Delhi
21 13 January 2018 South Africa 153 2 Lost SuperSport Park, Centurion
22 1 August 2018 England 149 2 Lost Edgbaston Cricket Ground
23 20 August 2018 England 103 3 Won Trent Bridge, Nottingham
24 5 October 2018 West Indies 139 1 Won Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium
25 14 December 2018 Australia 123 2 Lost Perth Stadium, Perth
26 10 October 2019 South Africa 254* 1 Won Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune
27 22 November 2019 Bangladesh 136 2 Won Eden Gardens, Kolkata
28 9 March 2023 Australia 186 2 Drawn Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad
29 20 July 2023 West Indies 121 1 Drawn Queen’s Park Oval, Port of Spain

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Virat Kohli Total ODI Centuries

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Source: India Today | Virat Kohli century

After making his ODI debut on 18 August 2008 against Sri Lanka, just after leading U-19 squad to a World Cup title, it took a while for the young champ to get his first major milestone. He scored his first century more than a year later (24 December 2009) against the same team, scoring 107 runs at a strike rate of 93.85. His highest score of 183 came against arch-rivals Pakistan.

On 18 March 2012, Virat helped India chase down a humongous total of 330 runs with his excellent innings of 183 runs at a strike rate of 123.64. In fact, Virat is also known as the ‘King of chase’ as he averages just under 100 runs while chasing in ODIs. Arguably the best white-ball batsman ever, Virat has a great knack of winning games single-handedly for his team.

S.No. Date Against Score Innings Result Venue
1 24 December 2009 Sri Lanka 107 2 Won Eden Gardens, Kolkata
2 11 January 2010 Bangladesh 102 2 Won Shere Bangla National Stadium, Dhaka
3 20 October 2010 Australia 118 2 Won APCA-VDCA Stadium, Visakhapatnam
4 28 November 2010 New Zealand 105 1 Won Nehru Stadium, Guwahati
5 19 February 2011 Bangladesh 100 1 Won Shere Bangla National Stadium, Dhaka
6 16 September 2011 England 107 1 Lost Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
7 17 October 2011 England 112 2 Won Feroz Shah Kotla Ground, Delhi
8 2 December 2011 West Indies 117 2 Won APCA-VDCA Stadium, Visakhapatnam
9 28 February 2012 Sri Lanka 133 2 Won Bellerive Oval, Hobart
10 13 March 2012 Sri Lanka 108 1 Won Shere Bangla National Stadium, Dhaka
11 18 March 2012 Pakistan 183 2 Won Shere Bangla National Stadium, Dhaka
12 21 July 2012 Sri Lanka 106 1 Won MRIC Stadium, Hambantota
13 31 July 2012 Sri Lanka 128 2 Won R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo
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5 July 2013 West Indies 102 1 Won Queen’s Park Oval, Port of Spain
15 24 July 2013 Zimbabwe 115 2 Won Harare Sports Club, Harare
16 16 October 2013 Australia 100 2 Won Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur
17 30 October 2013 Australia 115 2 Won VCA Stadium, Nagpur
18 19 January 2014 New Zealand 123 2 Lost McLean Park, Napier
19 26 February 2014 Bangladesh 136 2 Won Khan Shaheb Osman Ali Stadium, Fatullah
20 17 October 2014 West Indies 127 1 Won HPCA Stadium, Dharamshala
21 16 November 2014 Sri Lanka 139 2 Won JSCA International Stadium, Ranchi
22 15 February 2015 Pakistan 107 1 Won Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
23 22 October 2015 South Africa 138 1 Won M. A. Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai
24 17 January 2016 Australia 117 1 Lost Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne
25 20 January 2016 Australia 106 2 Lost Manuka Oval, Canberra
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23 October 2016 New Zealand 154 2 Won Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra Stadium, Mohali
27 15 January 2017 England 122 2 Won Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune
28 6 July 2017 West Indies 111 2 Won Sabina Park, Kingston
29 31 August 2017 Sri Lanka 131 1 Won R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo
30 3 September 2017 Sri Lanka 110 2 Won R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo
31 22 October 2017 New Zealand 121 1 Lost Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai
32 29 October 2017 New Zealand 113 1 Won Green Park Stadium, Kanpur
33 1 February 2018 South Africa 112 2 Won Kingsmead Cricket Ground, Durban
34 7 February 2018 South Africa 160 1 Won Newlands Cricket Ground, Cape Town
35 16 February 2018 South Africa 129 2 Won SuperSport Park, Centurion
36 21 October 2018 West Indies 140 2 Won Barsapara Cricket Ground, Guwahati
37 24 October 2018 West Indies 157* 1 Tie ACA-VDCA Stadium, Visakhapatnam
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27 October 2018 West Indies 107 2 Lost MCA Stadium, Pune
39 15 January 2019 Australia 104 2 Won Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
40 05 March 2019 Australia 116 1 Won Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium, Nagpur
41 08 March 2019 Australia 123 2 Lost JSCA International Stadium Complex, Ranchi
42 11 August 2019 West Indies 120 1 Won Queen’s Park Oval, Port of Spain
43 14 August 2019 West Indies 114* 2 Won Queen’s Park Oval, Port of Spain
44 10 December 2022 Bangladesh 113 1 Won Zohur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, Chittagong
45 10 January 2023 Sri Lanka 113 1 Won ACA Stadium, Guwahati
46 15 January 2023 Sri Lanka 166* 1 Won Thiruvananthapuram

Virat Kohli T20I Century

No. Runs Against Pos. Inn. S/R Venue H/A/N Date
1 122*  Afghanistan 2 1 200.00 Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai Neutral 8 September 2022

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Raghav Heda
Raghav Heda
Raghav is a sports enthusiast and a content writer at Kreedon. Being a former state-level cricketer and Captain of the Basketball team at IIT Patna, he understands the problems faced by a student-athlete in India. He is also a die-hard NBA fan and has been following the league and American Sports Media for long. Comparing the Indian sports economy to American Sports' was something that motivated him to work for the development of Indian Sports.

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