Considered as one of the modern greats and in pursuit to become the greatest batsman of all time, Virat has changed the face of Indian cricket ever since he arrive to International cricket in 2008. The Delhi batsman recently became the fastest to 10,000 ODI runs but besides the game his record breaking feats have kept the cricket pundits on their toes.
Indian legend Sunil Gavaskar who became the first batsman to score 10,000 test runs said that Virat Kohli will continue playing for 10 more years and will break all the test and ODI records.
“Virat can play for 10 more years and break most Test and ODI records,” Gavaskar told Aaj Tak.
Its worth mentioning that Gavaskar scored 34 test centuries, a record which looked more than impossible to achieve but Sachin Tendulkar came to the International scene and surpassed the record of Gavaskar soon after. Now with age being his side, Virat Kohli may be the next to continue the legacy of breaking the record of another great batsman.
Aaj Tak’s sports editor Vikrant Gupta tweeted what Gavaskar said to which Rawalpindi express Shoaib Akhtar also felt that Virat will go onto break unachievable cricket records.
No doubt about that if virat stays fit for this long then he break all the records ..
— Shoaib Akhtar (@shoaib100mph) November 2, 2018