Ind vs Virat Kohli could break Ricky Ponting to set world record in first day night Test against Australia

New Delhi The first match of the four-match Test series between India and Australia is going to be very important. Indian captain Virat Kohli will leave India for the birth of his first child after playing this match. The first match of the series will be Day Night which is going to be the first time between India and Australia Australia. In this match, Kohli will have a chance to set a world record, leaving behind former Australia captain Ricky Ponting.

The Pink Ball Test in Adelaide between India and Australia will be crucial for the Indian captain. After this match he is going to return to India and will want to end the tour with a good innings. If Kohli works to score a century here, he will record his big name. With a century of innings he will take the record of former Australia captain Ricky Ponting.

Kohli will have a world record

The Indian captain will have a chance to overtake Ricky Ponting in the Adelaide Test. So far, Virat has scored 41 centuries as a captain compared to his predecessor. With one more century, Kohli will leave him behind in terms of hitting a century. Ponting scored the century after playing 324 matches, while Kohli can do just that in his 188th match. If Kohli hits a century, it will be a world record.

Kohli has scored 21 centuries in ODIs as a captain, while he has 20 centuries in Tests. Ponting scored 19 Tests and 22 centuries in ODIs. Kohli has scored 5142 runs in 90 Tests as captain. During this time, his average is 61 and his innings is 254 not out.

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