After the long break, the Indian captain’s style-A-Virat has started again. Once again in its third league match (match report) in Leeds, We are talking about the estimation of the records. Prior to taking a break a few months ago, Virat Kohli’s bat was collecting some record in his bag. Ever few achievements, sometimes something else Good thing on this entry is that achievements or say that the records have once again begun to show their favour on Virat Kohli.

In the deciding match of the series in Leeds, Kohli got another big name in the form of a captain-batsman as his name. And they left the legendary captains of their time with a very big difference. We are talking about making the fastest three thousand runs in ODIs as captain. How far ahead Virat has gone out of the big names of his time, you can understand from this that jointly occupied number six Sanath Jayasuriya and Ricky Ponting made this feat in 84 matches. You can imagine Virat’s matches.

After this, in the case of making the fastest three thousand runs in the form of the captain, the joint number five is South Africa’s Graeme Smith and Pakistan’s Misbah-ul-Haq. Only one match left behind these two sixth-ranked people. He scored 83 matches to record this record, while Saurav Ganguly, the fourth-ranked Indian captain, spent 74 matches. Former Virat captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has surely managed to overtake Ganguly And he is on the third spot with 70 matches.

South African AB de Villiers defeated Mahendra Singh Dhoni as the captain for the fastest three-wicket haul in ten matches. He is in second place with 60 matches. At the same time, when Virat Kohli reached the 49th innings of the innings in the third one-dayer against England, Kohli left behind all the legends of his time with a lot of difference. Virat took only 49 matches to record this record. And the speed at which Kohli is moving forward, it seems to him that Kohli as captain is not only the fastest four thousand but also will make many more thousands.