Sunil Gavaskar on Virat Kohli: Virat Kohli scored a brilliant century in the third ODI against Sri Lanka. In that match, the former Indian captain scored an unbeaten 166 off 110 balls. This was the 46th century of Virat Kohli’s ODI career. While it was the 74th century of international career, but will Virat Kohli be able to break the record of 100 centuries of great batsman Sachin Tendulkar? To break the record of Master Blaster, Virat Kohli will have to score 26 international centuries. However, this question has been answered by former Indian veteran batsman Sunil Gavaskar.
Will Virat Kohli be able to score 100 centuries?
Sunil Gavaskar praised Virat Kohli fiercely after playing a century against Sri Lanka. He said that if Virat Kohli plays till the age of 40, he will easily score 100 centuries. The Little Master said that if Virat Kohli plays international cricket for the next 5-6 years, he will reach that point, there is no doubt about it. He said that Virat Kohli is scoring an average of 6-6 centuries every year. If he continues to increase his century figures at this average, then in the next 5-6 years he will definitely score 26 centuries.
‘Virat Kohli is very conscious about fitness’
Sunil Gavaskar said that Sachin Tendulkar continued to play cricket till the age of 40, if Virat Kohli plays till that age, he will definitely score 100 centuries. Along with this, he said that Virat Kohli is very aware of fitness. Even at this time, he is one of the fastest running players of the Indian team. Little Master said that only Mahendra Singh Dhoni could run faster than Virat Kohli. Virat Kohli can run faster than young players even at this stage of age. He has the ability to convert singles into doubles. Apart from this, he can convert double into three runs. At the same time, he said that there is no doubt that Virat Kohli is the real champion.
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