The Indian captain, Virat Kohli, has taken his amusement to another level. He is an essential individual from the Indian setup over all formats. He can change the course of a match individually. The 29-year-old has enormous records, both as a captain and as a batsman.
Without a doubt, Kohli has been in colossal form. On the off chance that he keeps up the same, he can break numerous records later on. Be that as it may, there are some that Kohli won’t not have the capacity to break. Give us a chance to investigate 5 such cricket records:
#5 Most ODI runs: Sachin Tendulkar – 18426 runs
Much like the previous Indian cricketer, Virat Kohli is the pillar of the group and the opposition him appropriate from the begin.
The 29-year-old has great numbers in the ODIs. Be that as it may, Kohli is probably not going to break the record for most runs scored in an ODI career.
Kohli has played 211 games and scored 9779 runs in ODIs. He may play International cricket for the following 8 to 9 years. Be that as it may, it is extremely hard to outperform Sachin Tendulkar’s ODI runs.
#4 Best Test batting average: Don Bradman – 99.94
The Indian captain has made numerous records in the longest formats of the game.
In any case, anybody, not simply Kohli, is probably not going to break Don Bradman’s Test batting normal of 99.94. Indeed, even the cutting edge best Test batsman, Steve Smith, who has a stunning normal of 63.75 in Tests, will never break this record.
Kohli has a normal of 53.4 in Tests. With 8 to 9 long stretches of cricket left in him, he requires unprecedented consistency to try and get close to that record.
#3 Most sixes in International cricket: Shahid Afridi – 476
Virat cherishes to play the ball up and down the ground. Indeed, even in T20s, he likes to hit the ball up and down the ground. He goes out on a limb just when fundamental. He is one of only a handful couple of players who unequivocally trust in running hard between the wickets to keep the score ticking.
Up until now, Kohli has hit 168 sixes. This shows the likelihood of him hitting sixes out of an innings is low. Subsequently, he won’t not have the capacity to break Afridi’s record when he resigns from cricket.
#2 Fastest ODI century: AB de Villiers – 31 balls
The previous South African player, AB De Villiers, holds the record for the speediest century ever (31 balls) in ODIs. It is profoundly unimaginable for Kohli to break AB De Villiers’ record of quickest century in ODIs.
He is a player who cherishes to build his innings. Virat dependably rates his wicket high. You will once in a while observe him go for the hotshots at an opportune time in his innings. A 30-ball century can be conceivable if the objective is gigantic, and he hits the top dogs appropriate from the principal conveyance. Be that as it may, the odds are very lean.
#1 Most Test matches: Sachin Tendulkar – 200 Tests
Without a doubt, the 29-year-old, Kohli, is one of the fittest cricketers on the planet.
The previous Indian cricketer, Sachin Tendulkar, played for more than 20 years in International cricket. He turned into the first and the only cricketer to play 200 games in the longest format.
In any case, in the modern period, it isn’t conceivable to oversee workloads of all the three formats. This is the primary reason behind why he won’t not play 200 games in Tests.