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Kohli vs Sachin: Whose 25th Test century is the most dominating, See the surprising stats

Virat Kohli has proved himself again why he his No.1 batsmen in the world. However, he is always on par with Indian legendary batsmen Sachin Tendulkar and today we will see and analyse the 25th test century of both the star players.
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Kohli is having an excellent time with the bat in foreign soil in this year, he has scored centuries in South Africa, England and now in Australia. On the third day of the 2nd Test against Australia, Virat scored a historical century and bagged many records in his pocket.
Virat Kohli has proved himself again why he his No.1 batsmen in the world. However, he is always on par with Indian legendary batsmen Sachin Tendulkar and today we will see and analyse the 25th test century of both the star players.

Sachin Tendulkar's 25th Test century:
Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar scored his 25th Test century against Zimbabwe in the first test match of the series in Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi in 2000. In this match, India beat Zimbabwe by 7 wickets.
In this knock, Sachin scored 122 runs off 233 balls with the help of 19 fours and scored his runs at the strike rate of 52.36. Apart from Sachin, Rahul Dravid scored a fine unbeaten double century.

Virat Kohli's 25th Test century:
Indian captain Virat Kohli scored the 25th century of his test career on the 3rd day of the second test match against Australia in Perth. During this time he also becomes the second fastest to score 25 Test century and also the fastest to complete 5000 test runs at No.4.
In this innings, Kohli faced 257 balls and scored 123 runs. During this time he crushed one six and 13 spectacular fours and scored his runs at the strike rate of 47.86.

So Guys, According to your opinion? who's 25th test century looks more dangerous and historical? Do send us your valuable feedback below.
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