Virat Kohli
Virat Kohli set a new record for the fastest person to 23,000 runs, accomplishing it in just 490 innings on the first day of the fourth test.


In his 490th career innings, Virat Kohli broke the 23000-run barrier.

He crossed that threshold during the first day of the 4th Test.

He was victorious over Sachin Tendulkar and gained the top rank.

In England’s first match of the Test series against India, Virat Kohli reached a major milestone in his career when he surpassed Sourav Ganguly’s record as the fastest batsman to score 23,000 runs in international cricket.

Virat Kohli broke the record for the fastest time to 23,000 international runs on Thursday, supplanting Sachin Tendulkar and Ricky Ponting. In the first session of the fourth Test match at The Oval, Kohli accomplished the accomplishment in the 490th inning. After Tendulkar and Ponting, in order of how quickly they hit the 23,000 run milestone, came Kumar Sangakkara, Rahul Dravid, Mahela Jayawardena, and Jacques Kallis (645). Only seven players have hit 23,000 runs in the history of cricket.

Kohli is in the top ten of international cricket’s greatest run-scorers in all formats. The prolific batsman has scored over 34,000 runs in his career, which include a mind-boggling 164 centuries and 164 fifties.

Ponting follows Sangakkara with 27482 runs under his belt (27483).

RCB went to Twitter to publicly congratulate their captain on his success. A sample of the message:

On a cloudy morning in London, England won the toss and sent India in to bat first.

So far, England is even with Joe Root having won a significant win in the third test.

The skipper got an incredible century as the team destroyed the opposition in a game by an innings and 76 runs. Root achieved a personal total of 121 runs in 165 balls as his team started the game.

Earlier, after a draw in the first match, India had won the second Test at Lord’s.

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