In the first Semifinal match between India and New Zealand, Virat Kohli achieved this rare phenomenon and became the world’s first cricketer who has the most ODI centuries.
The Wankhede Stadium becomes the witness of one more accolade that adds to the Virat’s achievement list. Not only this but Kohli’s has also broken Sachin Tendulkar’s record of 7 half-centuries in the 2003 edition of the World Cup. This is Kohli’s, eighth 50-plus score in the 2023 World Cup, achieved the iconic feat in 10 innings.
After Shubman Gill retired hurt who was at 79 runs in the 23rd over, Virat Kohli joined Shreyas Iyer and scored 117 runs in 113 ball deliveries with a 103.54 strike rate including 9 fours and 2 sixes. Virat Kohli was caught by Devon Conway on Tim Southee’s ball.
India gave 398 run targets to the black-capped in the 1st semifinal match of the ICC Men’s World Cup.
The IND vs NZ match is running at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai and you can watch the live match at Star Sports or Disney plus Hotstar app an OTT platform.