There is literally nothing short of cricketing talents in India. Be it batsmen or bowlers, there is a deep pool of talents available. We have seen players of this era taking the IPL route to impress the Indian national selectors in the hope that they would play for India in the future.
Before the existence of the IPL, players were drafted into the Indian team on the basis of their performances in domestic cricket. The players who utilized their skills and improved step by step went on to create an identity for themselves in the competitive era.
Scoring a century against an opposition has always been a demanding task. The batters need to be patient and aggressive as well in order to achieve the feat. In this article, let’s get to know about the two Indians who scored the most centuries against 2 different teams.
1. Sachin Tendulkar
Sachin Tendulkar is widely acknowledged as the greatest batsman of all time. His contribution to the Indian cricket team has never been in doubt and he is the leading run-scorer in the history of Test and ODI cricket, a magnificent record that still remains intact.
Sachin Tendulkar has got a terrific record against Australia and Sri Lanka in international cricket. The Master Blaster scored 20 centuries against Australia whereas he scored 17 centuries against Sri Lanka.
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2. Virat Kohli
Former Indian skipper Virat Kohli is currently the best batter in the world because he has well and truly dominated all three formats. As things stand, he has hit as many as 75 centuries in international cricket.
Only Sachin Tendulkar has more centuries (100) than Virat Kohli. Just like Sachin Tendulkar, India’s run-machine Virat Kohli has also loved scoring centuries against Australia and Sri Lanka respectively. Kohli hit 16 centuries against Australia whereas he hit 15 centuries against Sri Lanka.
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Updated as of June 13, 2023*