Virat Kohli is hands-down the most consistent batsmen we have ever seen. He seems to be on the mission to break all the records of legendary players and create some new milestones in the cricket world. Making centuries, breaking records, giving the bowlers of other teams a run for their money seems to be his daily schedule now.
And yet again, Virat Kohli become the fastest cricketer score to 10,000 runs in the format, breaking the records of the legends. He went on to break the record of Sachin Tendulkar, who achieved this milestone of 10,000 runs in 259 ODI innings. Virat Kohli became the quickest player to achieve this milestone in his 205th ODI innings.
He gave a fabulous performance today with his bat in the match against West Indies. He kept everyone on the edge of their seats and scored his 37th century, making an unbeaten 157 runs and smashing 13 fours and 4 sixes while doing so.
As soon as the skipper made the century, twitter was already flooded with tweets applauding ‘King Kohli’ for his performance. From fans to legends to celebrities, everyone took to their twitter and appreciated Virat for achieving another milestone.However, everyone was waiting for the tweet of Sachin Tendulkar, who’s record is now been broken by ‘King Kohli’.
Sachin Tendulkar took to twitter and applauded the performance of Virat Kohli. In his tweet, Sachin praised the consistency and intensity of Kohli and asked him to keep the runs coming.
Sachin Tendulkar’s tweet for Virat Kohli breaking his record has now gone viral on the twitter and we are loving the way how Master Blaster congratulated the skipper.
Here, have a look at the tweet of Sachin Tendulkar :
The intensity and consistency with which you bat is just amazing. @imVkohli, congratulations on achieving 10,000 runs in ODIs. Keep the runs flowing. pic.twitter.com/tQUhY8bHna
— Sachin Tendulkar (@sachin_rt) October 24, 2018
The tweet read:
“The intensity and consistency with which you bat is just amazing.
@imVkohli, congratulations on achieving 10,000 runs in ODIs. Keep the runs flowing.”
Well, kudos to Virat Kohli for achieving this milestone, there’s long way to go and a lot more records to break.
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