Virat Kohli has scored more than 8000 runs in Tests for India, while he has more than 12,000 runs to his name in ODIs.

Virat Kohli and Sachin Tendulkar. (Photo Source: Instagram)

Former Indian cricketer Anshuman Gaekwad has backed Indian batsman Virat Kohli to break one of the biggest Master Blaster records. Sachin Tendulkar To play 200 Tests for the Indian side. Kohli, who recently played the 100th Test match for his country, made his debut in the longest format of the game in 2011.

This 33-year-old player can be called the greatest batsman of today’s era. As a result, there is always a debate among fans as to who is better between Kohli and Tendulkar. Talking about his 50-over career, Kohli is just six ODI hundreds away from Tendulkar’s tally of 49 tons and aspires to surpass this record and achieve at least the 50th century figure.

As long as Virat Kohli is fit, no one can touch him: Anshuman Gaekwad

Gaikwad backed Kohli And said he is fit enough to play international cricket for at least another decade. “Playing 100 Test matches is a big achievement and still going to be the way it is. The big difference is the experience he has gained by playing 100 Test matches. As long as he is fit, no one can touch him,” Gaikwad told News18.

“He’s so conscious of his fitness that I wouldn’t be surprised if he goes up to 200 because the kind of series he’s playing, the frequency is so high that it’s a question of another seven or eight years, and he goes to 200. Will get closer. I am sure he will be fit and play for the next 10 years, the way he is going.”

Kohli has played 100 Test matches for India in which he has scored 8007 runs at an average of 50.36. This 33-year-old player has 28 fifties and 27 centuries to his name. Talking about his limited overs career, Kohli has represented India in 357 matches, which includes both ODIs and T20Is. He has scored a total of 15,607 runs in his white-ball career.



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