Can Run Machine “Virat” Break Sachin Tendulkar Records

Virat Kohli the run machine on track to break Sachin Tendulkar’s ODI record

2017 was the golden year for the indian cricket team. The side did not lose a single series in Tests, ODIs or Twenty20 Internationals. For the “run machine” Virat Kohli, this year was brilliant, he scored 1059 runs in 10 Tests at an average of 75.64 with five centuries. In ODIs, he rscored amazing 1460 runs in 26 games, averaging 76.84 with six centuries.Many cricket experts and former cricketers have said Virat Kohli is the “greatest batsman of his generation” and is on track to “break many batting records”. peoples are comparing him with the legends like Sachin Tendulkar, Ricky Ponting, Brian Lara and Jacques Kallis. peoples are also saying that at presence he is the only cricketer who is in the track to break the records of another “run machine” the god of cricket “Tendulkar”. for further information clicon on the given link www.kohlionthetracktobreaktendulkarrecord.

Kohli – Supreme in ODIs

In ODIs, the India skipper is way ahead in terms of total runs that is 18426 runs. the “run machine” has scored 35 international hundreds in odis. When it comes to averages, Kohli is the only player to cross 50.

The big question is whether run machine Kohli is on track to break Sachin Tendulkar’s record in terms of total runs  or hundreds in ODIs? The answer lies in the average and breaking the centuries records. Since debut in 2008, Kohli has averaged 1,003 runs every year with three centuries. Kohli’s current age is 29 he has lots of year to play now since Tendulkar retired at 40.

Great in Tests

Kohli’s Test records are also brillient. Compared to Tendulkar, Ponting, Lara and Kallis, the Indian skipper is behind Brain Lara in terms of runs at this stage. He is the only player to have a positive centuries in comparisions to 50. Kohli lags behind Tendulkar on average, with the Master Blaster averaging 54 after 63 Tests compared to Kohli’s 53.

Kohli’s chances of overtaking Tendulkar’s tally of 15,921 Test runs, and 51 centuries, look difficult in test matches but, if he will play like currently he is performing the day will not come so far when he will break the test records also. On an average since Test debut in 2011, Kohli has scored 750 runs per year. If he plays for 11 more years, he can get past only Kallis and Rahul Dravid. Kohli needs to scored up 970 runs per year to break Tendulkar’s feat.

Kohli  second Indian batsman after Sachin Tendulkar to score more than 500 runs in an ODI series

Kohli is the hungers for the scoring runs till the upcoming nine to ten years. His consistency and phenomenal form in the past couple of years has been amazing. once formar indian skipper saurav ganguly said “three hundreds in six games, phenomenal player”. he also said What we have seen in the last three years of Virat Kohli, he is batting at another level. Kohli is the second Indian batsman after Sachin Tendulkar to score more than 500 runs in an ODI series, for this he was awarded the player of the tournament award. he is also the fastest player to reach 9500 runs in odis.

Kohli can break Tendulkar’s record, Dhoni can still be dangerous: Gundappa Viswanath

Virat Kohli continued his sublime form in the ongoing tour of South Africa and created yet another world record two days ago, becoming the first batsman ever to score 500 runs in a bilateral ODI series. (Photo: AP)

former great guddapa viswanath said that  run-machine Virat Kohli has “every chance” to break Sachin Tendulkar’s unbeaten record of 100 international centuries. he also said that the results are in the kohli favours that he can become the indias finest captain.”Kohli has shown consistency, performance and is getting hundreds regularly, he has got every chance to break that record, but its a tall order. for the further details regarding this visit the website




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