Vinay Kumar Indian cricket team’s batsman Virat Kohli is only behind master blaster Sachin Tendulkar in terms of scoring the most centuries in international cricket. Everyday new records are being added to his name. Many records can be added to Virat Kohli’s name in the WTC Final. If Virat Kohli manages to score 84 runs in this match, he can surpass Don Bradman in terms of scoring the most runs against any one team. Records show that Virat Kohli has so far scored 16 centuries and 24 half-centuries in all three formats of cricket against Australia. That is, he has played innings of more than 50 runs 40 times against Australia. If all goes well and Virat Kohli scores 84, he will go past Don Bradman’s massive record. Also read The history of international cricket tells that Sir Don Bradman scored 5028 runs against England (England vs Sir Don Bradman) in his international career, which includes 19 centuries. Virat Kohli has played a total of 108 matches in his international career so far, scoring 8416 runs at an average of 49 in 183 innings. Which includes 28 centuries and 28 half centuries.