Sachin shares his thoughts on being compared with player Virat Kohli

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Published by Shifa Naz on 02 Nov 2018

Indian cricket begins with the name of legendary cricketers like Sachin Tendulkar, M.S. Dhoni, and Virat Kohli and nobody can deny the contribution of Sachin Tendulkar to Indian cricket world. With smashing performances, he bags the title as God of Cricket. When Sachin used to play in his time, people called him the revolutionary player and he has set some major records in the world cricket list that was considered to be unbreakable.

But talking about Virat Kohli who has recently managed to break one of his many records of and is very near to break some more records of him. The Indian skipper Virat Kohli has already earned the title of  Greatest Of All Time (GOAT) player from some of the former and current players all around the world.

Virat recently broke the milestone record of Sachin Tendulkar to score 10000 runs in just 205 innings. This record was before awarded to Sachin Tendulkar who did this milestone in 259 innings. For the next record, Kohli is just 11 century far from equalizing Sachin’s 49 ODI centuries and if the pace will be maintained soon many records will be set by Virat looking his age.

On this Sachin Tendulkar, himself feels the same and said he has seen some spark in Kohli and felt that the youngster will be all-time leading player of the Cricket world.

Moreover, the legend made it clear by saying, “He doesn’t believe in comparisons as not only the bowlers were different in different times, the rules and regulations, restrictions, surfaces and in fact the balls were also different. He said that changes keep on taking place in every generation and hence it will not be justified to compare two generations.”

On the other side, Sachin is also impressed with the Indian Bowlers and praised Khaleel and Bumrah for their performances. He is expecting Indian Cricket to surpass every level of highness.

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