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Virat Kohli can break Sachin’s 100 hundreds record – says Irfan Pathan

August 25, 2020

Written By,

Ankit Seth

Previous Indian cricketer Irfan Pathan has upheld Virat Kohli to break Sachin Tendulkar's record of 100 centuries at the global level. In 2012, the Master Blaster scored his 100th ton against Bangladesh during the Asia Cup. The record appeared to be unassailable by then. Be that as it may, Virat Kohli has happened to ages and as of now has 70 centuries to his name for Team India.

At 31 years old, the Delhi-conceived Virat Kohli is third on the rundown ever most elevated century producers after Sachin and Australia's Ricky Ponting. Irfan, who resigned not long ago in January, sought after an Indian to break the record and vouched for Virat Kohli remembering the last's wellness levels.

Irfan Pathan says that Virat is certain about 100 hundreds, he probably won't talk about it however you know whether anybody could accomplish that accomplishment, after Sachin Tendulkar he is the one. You realize Virat accomplished such a great amount with such a brief period. Irfan trusts on the off chance that anybody breaks the records of 100 hundreds, since he was a piece of Sachin's excursion when he scores that last hundred also.

Virat Kohli is now in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for IPL 2020

However, Irfan generally wishes on the off chance that anybody breaks the record he must be an Indian. Virat Kohli has the capacity and wellness, which is the most significant thing to have the option to get that accomplishment. Irfan thinks he is 30 shy of that 100 hundreds. He figures that Virat Kohli will have the option to accomplish it before he resigns. He trusts so and that is the objective that Virat will have in his psyche.

Virat Kohli hasn't played worldwide cricket since the Test arrangement against New Zealand back in February after the COVID-19 pandemic began unleashing destruction. The skilled batsman is next prone to wear the national pullover during India's visit through Australia; beginning not long from now in December.

At this point in time, Kohli is preparing for the much-awaited Indian cricket league in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). He is looking to make a huge mark in the 2020 version of the Indian Premier League (IPL). He is the skipper of the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB). They are yet to get their hands on the desired IPL trophy.

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Written By,

Ankit Seth