Indian skipper Virat Kohli could add another feather to his already illustrious cap when Team India will take on West Indies in the second Test match of two-match series on 12 October.
Virat Kohli has so far scored 24 centuries for India in the longest format of the game and is just one century short of equalling former Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq.
Pakistan batting great Inzamam-ul-Haq has scored 25 Test centuries in 120 Tests. Haq has scored 8830 runs for Pakistan at an average of 49.60. With 24 Test tons to his name, the 29-year-old Indian captain Kohli is on the 21st spot in the list of most centuries in Tests.
Former India batting legend Sachin Tendulkar tops the table with 51 centuries to his name. Tendulkar is also the highest run-getter in the longest format of the game, he has amassed 15921 runs in 200 Tests at an average of 53.78.
In One Day Internationals (ODIs) the Delhi batsman is at the second spot in the number of centuries scored. Virat Kohli has scored 35 ODI tons and is only behind Sachin Tendulkar, who has 49 centuries under his belt. The right-handed batsman has scored 9779 runs in 211 ODIs at an average of 58.20.
Meanwhile, with India’s emphatic win over West Indies in Rajkot Test, Virat Kohli’s side is leading the ongoing two-match Test series 1-0. India’s win in the opening Test against West Indies was also their biggest win in Test.