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Kohli won’t be able to break only one Sachin’s record: Brendan Taylor


Indian captain Virat Kohli has made his career best not out record by scoring 254 runs on the first day of the second Test match against the Proteas at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune.

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India's run-machine scored Sachin Tendulkar and Virender Sehwag with the last seventh double century, the highest in Indian cricket history.

The 30-year-old cricketer scored 6996 runs in Sir Don Bradman's Test and surpassed him with the highest (9 *) score of 150+ scores as captain.

Zimbabwean batsman Brendan Taylor praised Virat Kohli's superb talent and incredible consistency on the cricket field, tweeting: "7 Test double centuries already. I'm sure @imVkohli will play for 10 years which is scary to think what their numbers will be. "

One fan commented on Taylor's post: "It is very hard for Kohli to break Sachin's record and will score the most runs and most centuries in Test cricket."

Due to this, the former Zimbabwe captain chose only one Sachin Tendulkar record which Kohli could not break.

“With the honor of Sachin, Virat's only record is not his 200 Test matches. This is just my opinion. Hopefully, no serious injury or health concerns because the whole world likes to see it, ”Taylor replied.

Lord of cricket Sachin Tendulkar has had a great success with honors in Test cricket as he has a world record number of 15921 runs and 51 centuries in 200 Tests.

In contrast, Indian captain Virat Kohli is keen to maintain his stats as he has scored 7054 runs in 81 Tests with 26 centuries so far.

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