Indian cricket team captain Virat Kohli is counted among the top batsmen in the world. The whole world is a fan of Kohli’s aggressive style and people like his cool look off the field. Kohli is constantly trying to improve his performance. Looking at Kohli’s performance, it is being said that he can break the big records of Sachin Tendulkar very soon. Apart from this, Kohli has recorded many records in the WTC, leaving behind many players.
Actually, these days the World Test Championship is being fought against New Zealand in England. Here Virat Kohli has equaled a player like Sunil Gavaskar in terms of batting and has come close to the record of Sachin Tendulkar. Yes, on the second day of the match, when Team India was in trouble and batsman like Rohit Sharma was also out, it was Kohli who took over the entire team and did a great job. However, during this time he appeared unhappy with the decision of the umpire.
Virat Kohli has become the second highest run-scorer for India while batting at No.4 in Test cricket. Whereas ahead of him is Sachin Tendulkar, who is called the God of Cricket.
Sachin also played for India at No. 4 in Test cricket and scored 13492 runs, while Kohli has scored more than 6,000 runs for India while batting at No. 4. Even though Kohli is currently behind Tendulkar in terms of runs, he has overtaken many legendary players.
Kohli has overtaken these players, Kohli has overtaken
Gunappa Vishwanath, Dilip Vengsarkar, Vijay Manjrekar, scoring more than 6 thousand runs. Vishwanath scored 5081 runs, Dilip Vengsarkar scored 2605 runs and Vijay Manjrekar scored 1714 runs. Now these four players have been left behind by Virat Kohli.
Let us tell you that Virat has got a special achievement , Virat Kohli has also achieved a special achievement in WTC. Kohli has also become the sixth Indian batsman to cross the 7,500-run mark in Test cricket in 154 innings. Earlier, veteran player Sunil Gavaskar had also crossed the 7,500-run mark in 154 innings. Apart from all these records, Virat Kohli has become the 42nd batsman in international cricket to reach close to 7,500 runs.