Friday, May 12, 2023

Breaking I will experience emotion when Sachin Tendulkar breaks his record: Victor Kohli


Delhi, India: Virat Kohli, the former captain of India, has admitted that breaking Sachin Tendulkar's record of 49 ODI centuries would be an emotional moment for him. He is just three centuries away from breaking the Master Blaster's record.

It's unlikely that anyone would have imagined at the time that anyone would even come close to Tendulkar's 49 ODI tons, let alone surpass the record.

However, Kohli, who is 34 years old at this point, currently has 46 hundreds from 274 ODI games, and he will need four more to surpass his childhood hero and former teammate.

With the number of One-Day Internationals that Team India will play during the World Cup year and Kohli's current form, the feat is quite doable.

Kohli immediately responds, "it will be a very emotional moment for me," when questioned about his thoughts regarding achieving that milestone.

During the six-part PUMA documentary series, which also features Yuvraj Singh, MC Mary Kom, Chhetri, Harmanpreet Kaur, and para-athlete Avani Lekhara, Kohli shared his heartfelt thoughts.

Kohli likewise discussed his lifelong recollections of playing cricket with more established young men and featuring the significance of sports.

"Sports impart life lessons like discipline and organization. It opens up your side, making you a useful individual. It doesn't matter what you do for a living—playing sports is extremely beneficial.

"Try not to make them [students] simply play sports, educate them. It is vital to show them little subtleties of playing a game," Kohli adds as he further reviews the occurrence that removed the strain of review from him when his school's second in command encouraged him to follow cricket strictly."

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