India captain Virat Kohli is currently ahead of everyone in the list of most number of international centuries among the active cricketers. Australia batsman David Warner is second on the list and he feels no one is going to catch Kohli.
Kohli has 70 hundreds across all formats, while Warner has 43 centuries, followed by Chris Gayle (42), Rohit Sharma (40), Ross Taylor (40), Steve Smith (38), Kane Williamson (37), Joe Root (36), Shikhar Dhawan (24), and Faf du Plessis (23).
"Fair to say we ain't catching Virat Kohli", wrote Warner while sharing the list on his Instagram account.
Kohli is six short of Sachin Tendulkar's ODI world record of 49 centuries and he has been on 43 centuries since August 14, 2019. He is waiting for his 71st international hundred since almost 500 days.
The India captain last scored a ton while for India in their first-ever pink-ball Test against Bangladesh at the Eden Gardens, Kolkata in November 2019.