India Skipper Virat Kohli continues to shine because of his incredible numbers in the international cricket.
The cricket fans and former cricketers always are in a debate of surpassing the record of Sachin Tendulkar as Virat is still 30 tons far away from adding up to Master Blaster’s record.
In a recent interview, former cricket legend Kevin Pietersen said that it could be difficult for Kohli because of the injury factor might be count in his way of career.
While asked “Do you think Virat Kohli can go on to break Sachin Tendulkar’s record of 100 international tons”, the former England batsman replied: “It’s difficult because of injury and the longevity of Tendulkar’s career.”
Pietersen also said that Tendulkar was not emotional and much more relaxed than Kohli, also not played T20Is for the most part of his career.
“Tendulkar wasn’t as emotional when he was in the field and he did not carry the same sort of aggressive attitude on the field. He was a lot more relaxed. It depends on how long Virat Kohli continues to play. Remember, Kohli plays all three forms of the game, plus he plays the IPL. For the majority of Sachin Tendulkar’s career, there was no T20 cricket and there was no IPL. So it all depends on how long Kohli plays for,” Pietersen further added.