Kohli’s Runs After 67 Tests More Than Sachin But Will Be Able To Match The Centuries After Playing For More Than 10 Years.
Sachin scored 15,921 runs in 24 years of his Test Career. The record of the most centuries and half centuries is on the name of Tendulkar. In Test, every year Kohli scores two to three centuries.
Virat Kohli scored a century in the first Test against England at Edgbaston. It was his first Tests century in England. After this, the discussion started in the world of cricket whether or not he was India’s greatest batsman of all time. Whenever it is the talk of all time Test batsmen of India, then Sunil Gavaskar, Sachin Tendulkar, and Rahul Dravid are named. All three played more than 100 Tests and scored more than 10,000 runs. Kohli has so far scored 5,754 runs in 67 Tests. If you look at the statistics, Kohli is ahead of Sachin and Dravid in the run-up to the 67 runs, but behind Gavaskar. Kohli, who has scored 22 centuries, will have to play Test cricket for 10 years at this pace to break Sachin’s record of 51 centuries.
According to the current pace, if Kohli plays for 10 years then his name can be 12946 runs in 151 Tests. Kohli has scored centuries at an average of 2.7 per year. In this way, he can have 28 to 29 centuries in the next 10 years. He can touch the figure of 50 centuries. In the case of Century, Kohli can go ahead of Gavaskar, Dravid and can reach the mark of Sachin(51 centuries).