New Delhi, October 28: Virat Kohli who seems to be on a song scoring centuries in the past three ODIs has made all records look smaller. In the current series, Kohli scored his 38th century, surpassed 1000 runs in a calendar year, became the fastest cricketer to score 10,000 runs in ODI cricket just in 205 innings surpassing Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar and he is also the first Indian and 10th overall to score three successive hundreds in the 50-over format.
Kohli has so far scored 404 runs in the three ODIs against the Windies with scores of 107, 157 not out and 140.
With so many records being broken by Virat Kohli, many former cricketing legends couldn't stop themselves praising the Indian run-machine. In a latest, former Pakistan fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar, took to Twitter and posted a challenge for the Indian run-machine. The Rawalpindi Express gave a new target for Kohli and it is to cross 120 centuries in International cricket.
If records to be checked, Virat Kohli has overall 62 centuries, with 38 centuries in ODIs and 24 centuries in Test matches.
When Kohli was asked about his stupendous form during the series in the match presentation, he preferred not to say a word on it instead
he said that “I don’t want to talk about my batting. It is a bit embarrassing when people ask you the same thing again and again,” Kohli said after the match.