The Indian cricketer Virat Kohli was in great form during the recently concluded ICC ODI World Cup 2023 as he scored 765 runs in the tournament which included 3 centuries and 6 fifties. During the tournament, Virat Kohli also surpassed Sachin Tendulkar’s record of scoring maximum centuries in ODIs as he scored his 50th ODI century against New Zealand in the semi-finals.
Recently, Sachin Tendulkar reacted to Virat Kohli breaking his record of scoring maximum number of ODI centuries. Little Master says that he is happy that the record has stayed with India and he also states that there is still a lot of cricket remaining in Virat.
In the words of Sachin Tendulkar, “I am so pleased he has been able to do that. I am sure that the journey has not stopped. There is a lot of cricket left in him, a lot of runs left in him. A lot of hunger and desire to achieve more for the country. I am happy that the record continues to stay with India. I have always said that the record belongs to India and it has stayed with India.”
Though India lost the final to Australia, hopefully the Indian team will win the 2024 T20 World Cup.