Thus, Sachin Tendulkar is known as the Lord of Cricket, but nowadays Virat Kohli is the talk of the town. King Kohli is among the best batsmen in the world. However, Virat Kohli himself believes that he is good at batting as well as bowling According to Indian cricket team’s star bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Kohli considers himself the best bowler during tee time. However, Bhuvneshwar also said that he was worried that the Indian star might injure himself due to his bowling action.
Let it be known that during an event in Mumbai on Monday, Bhuvneshwar Kumar said, “Virat Kohli feels that he is the best bowler in the Indian team.” “When he bowls, we always fear that Kohli might get injured somewhere because of his bowling action.”
Being aggressive on the ground, Virat Kohli excels in challenging the opposing team. He has been a part of many matches in international tournaments and IPL, in which the ground has been flooded. In which the most famous issue is between Kohli and Gambhir. After the IPL 2023 match between Lucknow Super Giants and Royal Challengers Bangalore, Kohli and Gautam Gambhir got into a heated fight.
Bhuvneshwar then suggested wrestling as an alternative career for Kohli. So it is not surprising that if Kohli had not followed his dream of becoming a cricketer, he would surely have been a wrestler. Bhuvneshwar said, “If he was not a cricketer, he would have been a wrestler.”
Notably, Virat Kohli is second in the list of all-time century makers in international cricket history with 76 centuries across all three formats. First in this list is Sachin Tendulkar, who announced his retirement after scoring 100 centuries.
There was a time when Kohli was inching closer to Tendulkar’s 100-century record with each match, but Kohli’s lack of form over a long period of time has made the prospect of a 100 century seem elusive.
However, there is also a record of Sachin Tendulkar, which Kohli can break. Virat Kohli has so far scored 46 centuries in his ODI career and needs 3 more centuries to equal Sachin Tendulkar’s record of 49 ODI centuries. If Virat Kohli continues his good performances, he can break Sachin Tendulkar’s record in the next 2 months.