new Delhi: The year 2019 has now passed. Now 2020 is in front. This year is going to be very important in the world of sports. The ICC T20 World Cup is going to be held in October this year. Teams that missed the ICC ODI World Cup last year will not leave any chance to become champions this time. If we talk about the players, then Virat Kohli will have the most records on the target. This player had a great performance in 2019. Kohli can break many records of all the veterans including Sachin Tendulkar in 2020.
1. Most centuries in ODIs
Virat Kohli currently has 43 ODI centuries. He is six centuries away from Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar's record. Sachin has scored 49 centuries in his ODI career. That is, if Virat hits six centuries in 2020, he will come on par with Sachin. He will need seven centuries to break Sachin's record. However, of the 10 records that we are talking about here, this may be the most difficult for Virat. One reason for this is that Team India will play T20 matches more than ODIs in 2020.
2. Bradman on target in Test century
Virat Kohli has scored 27 centuries in Test cricket. 16 cricketers are ahead of them in making the most Test centuries. In the year 2020, Kohli can leave at least three of these players behind. These include Australia's Don Bradman, Michael Clarke and Hashim Amla. Bradman has 29 Test centuries to his name. Clarke and Amla have scored 28-28 Test centuries. Sachin Tendulkar holds the record for the most 51 Test centuries.
3. Ricky Potting will also be left behind
Talking of total century in international cricket, Virat Kohli is at number three. He has scored a total of 70 centuries. Sachin Tendulkar is at number two with 100 and Ricky Ponting with 71 centuries. That is, Virat is far away from Sachin, but Ponting's record is just about to break.
4. Highest century in India
Virat has scored 19 of his 43 centuries in the domestic series i.e. India. The record of the most ODI centuries at home is in the name of Sachin (20). Sachin's record can be broken in January or March. The Indian team will play domestic ODI series from Australia in January and South Africa in March.
5. Chance to beat Inzamam
Virat Kohli has scored 11609 runs in 242 matches in ODI cricket. They will have a chance to complete 12 thousand runs in 2020. If Virat is able to do so, he can leave Inzamam-ul-Haq (11739) behind. The record of scoring the most runs in ODIs is in the name of Sachin Tendulkar (18426).
6. Dada's lags fixed
Virat Kohli has scored 7202 runs in 84 matches in Test cricket. He needed just 11 runs to beat Sourav Ganguly, the boss of the Indian Cricket Board. Sourav Ganguly has scored 7212 runs in Test cricket. Chris Gayle has 7214 runs. That is, his record is also not out of danger. Virat may also overtake Volley Hammond, Gary Kirsten, David Boon, Desmond Hanes, Clive Lloyd, Mark Taylor, Mohammed Yusuf, Gordon Greenidge, Justin Langer, Ian Bell this year.
7. Lara's record also in danger
Virat Kohli has scored 21444 runs in 401 matches in international cricket, including all three formats. He is at number eight in terms of scoring the most international runs. Virat's target is Brian Lara now at number seven. Lara 22358 in 430 matches Is scored.
8. Rohit Sharma will face tough competition
Talking about T20 cricket, Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma have a unique record. They are both the highest run scorers in this format. Such an opportunity is rarely seen when the players who score the most runs in a format are standing on Bari. Virat has scored 2633 runs in 75 matches. Rohit 2633 in 104 matches Is scored. Virat will have a chance to overtake Rohit in 2020.
9. Will overtake Imran-Ganguly
Virat Kohli has so far captained 166 matches including all three formats. He will have a chance to overtake Sourav Ganguly, Hansi Cronje, Imran Khan, Mahela Jayawardene, Brian Lara and William Porterfield in captaining the most matches. Ganguly captained 196, Cronje 191 and Imran captained 187 matches. Jayawardene has captained 186 and Lara and Porterfield in 172-172 matches.
10. Most man of the match
Virat Kohli can get closer to Sachin Tendulkar by leaving Sanath Jayasuriya behind in terms of winning the most man of the match award in 2020. Sachin has the most 76 Man of the match has won the award. Sanath Jayasuriya (58) is second and Virat Kohli (57) is at number three.