New Zealand vs India 2019: Virat Kohli On Verge Of Breaking Sachin Tendulkar, Virender Sehwag Records
Doesn’t matter what; whenever Indian National Cricket Team is locking horns in any format of the game, there are certain records, which will be ready for Virat Kohli to achieve. Much to the same, he is once again standing at the door of breaking Virender Sehwag and Sachin Tendulkar records in New Zealand.
With every knock, Virat Kohli is breaking one or the other record in his career. Not only as the batsman but also Kohli breaking the captaincy records as well, Meanwhile, the upcoming New Zealand series is going to be a stern test for the team.
Virat Kohli needs 4 runs to overhaul Virender Sehwag’s tally against Kiwis:
Kohli currently has five centuries to his name against New Zealand and needs just two more to overtake Sehwag for most centuries against Kiwis by an Indian batsman. Sehwag scored six centuries against New Zealand during his illustrious career and is followed on the list by the legendary Sachin Tendulkar, who had five tons to his name.
Virat Kohli is currently standing in the same block with Sachin Tendulkar. Meanwhile, in another record, he needs to score just 4 runs to become second-highest run-scorer for India in ODI games against New Zealand. Sehwag scored 1157 runs in 23 innings while Kohli scored 1154 in 19 innings. Tendulkar is at the top with 1750 runs.
Recently, Virat Kohli has entered into the club of 10,000 runs and also on top of the table in many record sheets. He is a quick run-scorer in the world cricket and on the way to overhaul the 100 centuries mark of Sachin Tendulkar in the International Cricket.
Well, Virat Kohli has been the consistent run-scorer for India, across the formats. His numbers in the recently concluded 2018 season were mind-boggling. He also finished with a stupendous batting average to his name in ODI format in 2018.
Besides that, Virat Kohli recently guided Indian National Cricket Team to their first-ever series victory in Tests in Australia. Now, he is tasked to deliver in New Zealand followed by the Australian series and ICC World Cup 2019.