Vira Kohli’s prolific run in international cricket has often drawn comparisons with Sachin Tendulkar. Many feel the Indian captain will break the batting legend’s record of 100 international centuries.

Kohli is already crossed the halfway mark to that world record feat. So far, the Delhi right-hander has dominated bowling attacks across the world. He is currently showing his class in England in the ongoing five-Test series.

On Monday, Kohli brought up his 23rd Test century and overall 58th in his international cricket career. This innings has coincidence with Tendulkar’s past knock.

It is interesting to note that both Kohli and Tendulkar scored same number of runs, faced same number of balls for their 58th international century, and that too against the same opponent – England.

Kohli scored 103 off 197 balls in the second innings of the ongoing third Test at Trent Bridge. Back in 2001, Tendulkar scored 103 off 197 in a Test against England for his 58th ton.

Will Kohli’s career follow the same record-setting path of Tendulkar’s?