Virat Kohli is ahead of Sachin Tendulkar in this matter, know details

new Delhi: In today's world cricket, only Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli is surpassing the rest of his contemporary legends and is challenging every record of the great master blaster Sachin Tendulkar. With equal dominance in all formats of cricket, the bowlers of the bowlers are fraying. Virat Kohli There are those who are scoring runs in all types of cricket, from Test cricket to ODI and T20, in the style of Sachin Tendulkar. But there is one more thing, which is more special than Sachin in Virat. This is the matter of his batting coming under the pressure of captaincy. Yes, Virat Kohli, who looks like Sachin Tendulkar as a batsman, appears two steps ahead of him after becoming captain. We are not saying this, rather the records are witness to it.

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Master Blaster's bat was fading as a captain
Whenever Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar's game will be reviewed in world cricket, it will be written with him as a batsman not less than the greatest word, that is certain. But in cricket, critics will always comment on the weakness of one aspect of Sachin, who is equal to God, and that is due to the breakdown of the captaincy pressure, his account has several thousand runs short.

The Master Blaster had scored 15,921 runs in 200 Tests at an average of 53.78 with 51 centuries, but in 25 Tests played as a captain, he could add 2054 runs to his account with just 7 centuries at an average of 51.35. Even though it may not be considered a huge fall, Sachin himself admitted that the captaincy pressure had affected his batting and he was unable to play his natural game.

Record tells how Kohli flourished after captaincy
In contrast, Virat is amazing in this sense. Statistics show how Virat Kohli has improved himself after becoming captain. Before becoming captain, Kohli, who scored 6,720 runs in 159 ODIs with an average of 51.29 and a strike rate of 89.39 with 22 centuries and 35 half-centuries, made 21 centuries with an average of 74.59 and a strike rate of 98.80 in just 89 matches. Has hit 23 half-centuries.

Similarly, Virat, who scored 2,098 runs in 31 matches with 7 centuries at an average of 41.13 before becoming captain in Test matches, has subsequently scored 5,142 runs in 55 Tests with 20 centuries at a tremendous average of 61.21. Not only this, all the 7 double centuries of Virat's career have also appeared as captain. Virat's style in T20 is also similar.

Top average batsman like Don Bradman
One thing is recorded in the account of Virat Kohli, which is not even in the account of his contemporary legend, Steven Smith of Australia, Joe Root of England and Kane Williamson of New Zealand. This is like the greatest batsman in the world of cricket, like Don Don Brdman, ahead of his contemporaries in run average and dominate in two formats of the game.

If it comes to Test cricket, Steven Smith might be ahead of Virat Kohli, but if it is about ODIs and T20s, then Virat is at least number-1 in the run average ahead of all the batsmen of the world who played at least 40 innings. Come stand on Just like Sir Don Bradman was at the forefront of Test cricket with a run-rate of 99.94 at the time of his retirement, in the same way Virat Kohli, at least this time, scored 60.22 in ODIs and 50.80 in T20s, the number-1 average in the world. Are the batsmen.

Soon he will break the record of Sachin's century in ODIs
When Sachin Tendulkar set a record of 49 ODI centuries in 463 matches, it was said at that time that hardly any batsman will ever reach this record. But if we see the pace of Virat Kohli scoring a century, then he is seen breaking this record soon. He is currently at number two in the list of centuries in the world by hitting 43 centuries in just 248 matches. He is hitting a century every 5.7 innings. In such a situation, if only 31-year-old Virat plays like Sachin till the age of 38-39 years, then in the next 9 years it may be that he will score centuries in ODIs.