Virat Kohli 50th Century: Wankhedevar chanting the name of ‘Virat’, fans standing up and greeting Kohli

Virat Kohli 50th Century: Wankhedevar chanting the name of ‘Virat’, fans standing up and greeting Kohli

Pudhari Online Desk: Virat Kohli used India’s great player Sachin Tendulkar’s Vikram as his batsman in the penultimate match against New Zealand in the World Cup. Virat would have equaled Sachin’s score of 49 centuries in ODI cricket. In today’s match, Sachin’s Vikram hit his 50th century in his ODI career. After this, aggressive hitting became a problem. After this, colorful scenes were seen going out of the field. Thousands of cricket fans stood up and greeted Kohli. Or even made announcements in the name of Kohli. (Virat Kohli 50th Century)

Or the videos below are going viral on X (Twitter). In this, Kohli announces in the name of Kohli that he wants to come out and enter the pavilion and many fans stand up and respect him. Many such videos and photos are shared on social media. In the match against New Zealand, Kohli faced 117 balls and scored 113 runs. He hit 9 fours and 2 sixes. (Virat Kohli 50th Century)

Virat Kohli created history by scoring his 50th ODI century at the historic Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. He performed great feat by playing against New Zealand in the World Cup semi-final. Yes, he became the ninth Vikram to become his new leader by surpassing Sachin Tendulkar (49 ODI centuries). After scoring his century, Virat stood up on the field and greeted Sachin Sachin Tendulkar.
Meanwhile, Kohli modeled great cricketer Sachin Tendulkar and another World Cup big man Vikram. Vikram made his debut in the World Cup by making the most runs in one season. In this regard, he surpassed Sachin Tendulkar (673), Matthew Hayden (659) and Rohit Sharma. Virat Kohli scored an individual 80 runs in the match against New Zealand on Wednesday (15 November) and Vikram Rachala.

What is the record?

Mumbai: Virat Kohli did another Vikram while playing the semi-final against New Zealand. He has become the third batsman from India to score more than 600 runs in the World Cup. Also, he has become the player with the most runs in the 2023 World Cup. When India was the runner-up in the 2003 World Cup, Sachin Tendulkar scored a total of 673 runs while the current captain of the Indian team, Rohit Sharma, scored 648 runs in the 2019 World Cup. Only the famous Virat Kohli has joined.

Batsman with most runs in one season in ODI World Cup

Virat Kohli: 674 runs (10 in front)* World Cup 2023
Sachin Tendulkar: 673 runs (11 in front) World Cup 2003
Matthew Hayden: 659 runs (11 ODIs) World Cup 2007
Rohit Sharma: 648 runs (9 in front) World Cup 2019
David Warner: 647 runs (10 innings) World Cup 2019

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