The 29-year old incumbent Indian skipper is well on his way of breaking records.

The rise of Virat Kohli in cricket has been astounding as he has overhauled milestones with sheer ease over the course of his career. The Delhi cricketer has hemorrhaged runs at will and has been head and shoulders above his counterparts in all formats. The cricketer has recently garnered appreciations after India’s resounding victories against South Africa in the Rainbow nation.

Virat Kohli and Sachin Tendulkar’s comparative analysis has been doing the rounds following Kohli’s stupendous show in world cricket. Most recently, as per reports in dnaindia.com, Narendra Bunde, a Nagpur based cricket astrologer has forecasted Kohli to surpass Sachin’s records as his career progresses. He also mentioned that Kohli would overhaul Sachin’s 100 international centuries by 2025.

Correct predictions by Bunde

“All my past predictions have been correct. I can see Virat winning the T20 and ODI World Cup by 2025 and also break Sachin’s record,” Bunde remarked. The astrologer also claimed for Virat to crack the biggest endorsement deal in 2018. He also highlighted the deal to be equivalent to Sachin’s signing with Mark Mascarenhas who turned the Master Blaster into a multi-millionaire.

“Besides, he will also strike the biggest ever endorsement deal in cricket in 2018. You can somewhat compare this with Tendulkar’s record signing with Mark Mascarenhas’ Worldtel but the money involved will be obviously bigger today,” he added. The astrologer now believes that India under Virat Kohli’s leadership will taste success in overseas conditions.

“Kohli’s Venus is very strong at the moment and that is why he will do well abroad. And I am very sure India will do really well in Australia,” he remarked. The astrologer has previously brought forth some useful predictions which grabbed the headlines. He got the predictions right when Tendulkar suffered a tennis-elbow, his Bharat Ratna award. He also predicted Sourav Ganguly’s comeback to the Indian team after being sacked by Greg Chappell.

 

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