Former Australia captain Ricky Ponting stated that he nonetheless thinks Virat Kohli can go previous Sachin Tendulkar’s tally of 100 worldwide a whole bunch.
Still assume Kohli can go previous Sachin’s tally of 100 a whole bunch: Ricky Ponting (Reuters Photo)
- Still assume Kohli can go previous Sachin’s tally of 100 a whole bunch: Ricky Ponting
- Sachin Tendulkar has scored 100 worldwide a whole bunch
- Ponting admitted that 30 worldwide hundred are lots
Australia nice Ricky Ponting stated that Virat Kohli is hungry for achievement and may nonetheless break Sachin Tendulkar’s document of 100 worldwide a whole bunch. Ponting admitted that 30 worldwide a whole bunch are lots however added that you would be able to by no means say by no means Virat, contemplating his starvation for achievement in worldwide cricket.
Virat Kohli, who returned to kind within the Asia Cup, finally broke his century drought when he hit his 71st worldwide hundred in opposition to Afghanistan within the Asia Cup 2022 Super 4 match.
Kohli now solely trails Sachin Tendulkar when it comes to worldwide a whole bunch, having tied the document held by former Australian captain Ricky Ponting. Notably, Sachin Tendulkar has scored 100 worldwide a whole bunch.
“If you would have asked me three years ago, I’d have said yes,” Ponting stated on the ICC Review when requested if he might attain Tendulkar’s tally. “But the truth that it has slowed down as a lot because it did yeah, I nonetheless assume that it’s potential for him, there’s little question.
“I still think he has got a number of years ahead of him, but I guess to still be 30 international hundreds behind, that’s a lot. That’s five or six Test hundreds a year maybe for the next three or four years. If you throw a couple of one-day ones, maybe the odd T20 ones on top of it.
“Look, I’ll by no means say by no means with Virat as a result of you understand as soon as he will get on a little bit of a roll, you understand how hungry he’s and the way eager for achievement he’s. I’ll by no means say by no means that’s for certain.”
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