Former Australian captain spinner Brad Hogg has claimed that Indian captain Virat Kohli can break the world record of 100 centuries made by legendary player Sachin Tendulkar. Former Kangaroo veteran Brad Hogg said that it is likely, as his fitness level is now better and cricketers play more cricket these days. He has said on his YouTube channel, "Without any doubt, he (Virat Kohli) can do it (more than 100 international). When Sachin Tendulkar started, the fitness level was much better. He is helped a lot by the quality fitness trainers. He has got a lot of physios and doctors on board."
Explaining further, he said, "So the chances of players missing the match also decreases and if seen then definitely there is a lot of cricket being played these days. So it would not be wrong to say that that record can break. " Comparisons between Virat Kohli and Sachin Tendulkar keep growing and many people have chosen the current Indian captain to break the record set by Tendulkar.
Sachin Tendulkar retired from international cricket after registering 100 international centuries, while Kohli currently has 70 centuries in all formats. Currently, Virat tops the ICC ODI rankings, while he ranked second in the Test rankings. He has played 86 Tests so far, scoring 7240 runs at an average of 53.62. His innings of 254 against South Africa in Pune in 2019 is his highest Test score to date. When it comes to ODIs, the current Indian captain has played 248 matches and scored 43 centuries. Talking about Virat Kohli's performance, everyone knows that he is a very good batsman.
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