Virat Kohli breaks the Sachin Tendulkar’s record crosses 12k ODI runs, to turn out to be quickest

Virat Kohli turned into the quickest to arrive at 12000 runs in ODIs as the Indian cricket crew captain began certainly in Canberra ODI versus Australia.

Virat Kohli made history in the third ODI against Australia at the Manuka Oval in Canberra as he went past 12000 runs in amazing style.

Virat Kohli accomplished the accomplishment in his 242nd innings, which is 58 innings snappier than Sachin Tendulkar.

Tendulkar had accomplished the record of 12000 runs in his 300th ODI innings yet Virat Kohli’s splendor is with the end goal that he has figured out how to cross 12000 in less than 250 innings and it is a demonstration of his normal in ODIs as of now, which is just shy of 60.

Virat Kohli’s milestone of 12000 runs is another expansion to his enormous accumulation of records.

Virat Kohli arrived at the milestone when he tapped Sean Abbott to mid off and took off for a snappy single. Virat Kohli turned into the 6th player after Sachin Tendulkar, Ricky Ponting, Kumar Sangakkara, Sanath Jayasuriya and Mahela Jayawardene.

Virat Kohli has 43 ODI hundreds and he is only nine flees from breaking the record of 51 centuries scored by Sachin Tendulkar.

Virat Kohli additionally has nine centuries in Australia over all organizations joined and it is the most by any abroad player Down Under. The Indian cricket crew captain likewise has 26 centuries while pursuing.

India have lost not many games at whatever point Virat Kohli has scored a century. One of those misfortunes was in Canberra in 2016 when he scored a century yet India endured a sensational breakdown.


ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: Sachin Tendulkar issues cautioning for Team India before Australia match

Sachin Tendulkar cautioned India before their next ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 match against Australia on June 9 (Sunday) at The Oval.

India showed signs of improvement of South Africa in their opening match on Wednesday with Rohit Sharma taking centrestage with an unbeaten hundred (122*) after Jasprit Bumrah and the wrist spinners – Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav – confined the Proteas to 227 for 8.

Sachin prompted Team India not to get self-satisfied and convey the certainty picked up from the triumph over South Africa against an ‘extreme’ Australian side on Sunday.

“All the confidence you have gained from this game (vs South Africa), pack that in your kit back and get to your next game. Australians are going to be a tough team to handle because of the combination and confidence they have at the moment,” Sachin disclosed to India Today.

Australia rose to No. 2 with exciting win against West Indies on Thursday. Fast bowler Mitchell Starc took five wickets.

“Australia at The Oval, it’s going to be a good game. The pitch has slightly spongy bounce and I think Australians are more used to that. Oval is one pitch where I feel there is a little bit of extra bounce which might favor Australia slightly,” Sachin said.

Terming Australia an alternate side, Sachin hailed David Warner, giving the opener credit for the turnaround. “They are a different side (after Smith and Warner’s return). Whatever I saw of David Warner in the IPL, he looked extremely fit and above all he looked determined and motivated to go out there and get runs,” Sachin included. Warner had scored a battling 89 in Australia’s tournament opener against Afghanistan.

Sachin, in any case, was sure of India doing great in the match. “…But I feel Team India have the ammunition to go out and do what is required.The Australian attack is a good attack but Indian team is geared to play that attack. We have done well in the past against that bowling attack. Guys will be ready to face them,” Tendulkar included.