'Ain't Catching Vira Kohli': David Warner Hails Team India's Skipper For His Dominant Run
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Australia's opening batsman David Warner who is back in his country after spending quarantine in the Maldives following the suspension of IPL 2021 has hailed Team India's skipper Virat Kohli on his dominance in international cricket. David Warner on his Instagram handle shared fixtures of most international centuries among active cricketers and hailed India's stalwart saying that it will be fair to say that we cannot catch him in terms of centuries. Notably, David Warner sits in the second position in terms of the number of international centuries- 43, while Virat Kohli is on the pinnacle with 70 international centuries.
David Warner is closely followed by Chris Gayle (42). Both Rohit Sharma and Ross Taylor have scored 40 hundred each. David Warner in his story wrote, 'Fair to say we ain't catching ViratKohli'.
Virat Kohli is among the top batsman of the world in modern-day cricket. The Delhi-based cricketer made his international debut in 2008 against Sri Lanka and since then there has been no looking back for the 32-year-old. Virat has since then amassed a total of 22,818 international runs in all three formats combined, which includes 115 half-centuries and 70 centuries. In fact, Kohli is one of the batsmen, who is closest to shatter batting legend Sachin Tendulkar's record of smashing 100 international centuries.