All 50 ODI Centuries of Virat Kohli

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All ODI Centuries of Virat Kohli
All ODI Centuries of Virat Kohli

When it comes to the world of cricket, few names shine as brightly as Virat Kohli. With a career that has been nothing short of extraordinary, Kohli’s journey in One Day Internationals (ODIs) has been marked by his remarkable consistency and unparalleled talent. In this article, we delve deep into all ODI Centuries of Virat Kohli and the sheer brilliance that has set him apart.

How many ODI centuries Kohli has?

Virat Kohli has scored 50 centuries in One Day Internationals (ODIs) till date.

When was Virat Kohli first ODI century?

Virat Kohli scored his first century in One Day International (ODI) cricket on December 24, 2009, during a match against Sri Lanka in Kolkata, India.

When was Virat Kohli first ODI century?
When was Virat Kohli first ODI century?

Over the years, he continued to pile up centuries, becoming one of the leading century-makers in ODI history. Some of his most memorable centuries include his 183* against Pakistan in the 2012 Asia Cup, a masterful 133* against Sri Lanka in 2012 to help India chase down a target of 321, and a record-breaking 183 against Pakistan in the 2012 Asia Cup. His centuries have played a significant role in India’s success in ODI cricket and have solidified his reputation as one of the modern greats of the game.

All ODI Centuries of Virat Kohli

 

S.No. Date Score Opponent Location
1 24th December, 2009 107 Sri Lanka Kolkata
2 11th January, 2010 102* Bangladesh Mirpur
3 20th October, 2010 118 Australia Visakhapatnam
4 28th November, 2010 105 New Zealand Guwahati
5 19th February, 2011 100* Bangladesh Mirpur
6 16th September, 2011 107 England Cardiff
7 17th October, 2011 112* England Delhi
8 2nd December, 2011 117 West Indies Visakhapatnam
9 28th February, 2012 133* Sri Lanka Hobart
10 13th March, 2012 108 Sri Lanka Mirpur
11 18th March, 2012 183 Pakistan Mirpur
12 21st July, 2012 106 Sri Lanka Hambantota
13 31st July, 2012 128 Sri Lanka Colombo
14 5th July, 2013 102 West Indies Port of Spain
15 24th July, 2013 115 Zimbabwe Harare
16 16th October, 2013 100* Australia Jaipur
17 30th October, 2013 115* Australia Nagpur
18 19th January, 2014 123 New Zealand Napier
19 26th February, 2014 136 Bangladesh Fatullah
20 17th October, 2014 127 West Indies Dharamshala
21 16th November, 2014 139* Sri Lanka Ranchi
22 15th February, 2015 107 Pakistan Adelaide
23 22nd October, 2015 138 South Africa Chennai
24 17th January, 2016 117 Australia Melbourne
25 20th January, 2016 106 Australia Canberra
26 23rd October, 2016 154* New Zealand Mohali
27 15th January, 2017 122 England Pune
28 6th July, 2017 111* West Indies Kingston
29 31st August, 2017 131 Sri Lanka Colombo
30 3rd September, 2017 110* Sri Lanka Colombo
31 22nd October, 2017 121 New Zealand Mumbai
32 29th October, 2017 113 New Zealand Kanpur
33 1st February, 2018 112 South Africa Durban
34 7th February, 2018 160* South Africa Cape Town
35 16th February, 2018 129* South Africa Centurion
36 21th October, 2018 140 West Indies Guwahati
37 24th October, 2018 157* West Indies Visakhapatnam
38 27th October, 2018 107 West Indies Pune
39 15th January, 2019 104 Australia Adelaide
40 5th March, 2019 116 Australia Nagpur
41 8th March, 2019 123 Australia Ranchi
42 11th August, 2019 120 West Indies Port of Spain
43 14th August, 2019 114* West Indies Port of Spain
44 10th December, 2022 113 Bangladesh Chattogram
45 10th January, 2023 113 Sri Lanka Guwahati
46 15th January, 2023 166 Sri Lanka Thiruvananthapuram
47 11th September 2023 122* Pakistan Colombo
48 19th October 2023 103* Bangladesh Pune
49 5th November 2023 101* South Africa Kolkata
50 15th November 2023 117 New Zealand Mumbai