Indian team: Sachin Tendulkar’s world record will be broken in the World Cup final.

Sachin Tendulkar’s world record: Team India is in great form in the 2023 World Cup. The team has won five consecutive matches and is on top of the points table. All players contributed to the victory. Especially Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma meanwhile have become a big prediction now. Virat Kohli broke Sachin Tendulkar’s record of scoring most centuries in ODIs. This is what everyone wants and it will happen, but when it will happen remains to be predicted. A former legend has said that there is no surprise if Kohli achieves this big feat in the final match of the World Cup.

Kohli’s bat is talking

Virat Kohli is known for his batting. He is back in the same rhythm again. His lethal form continues in the World Cup 2023, thanks to which Team India is at the top of the points table. Kohli is the highest run scorer for India in the tournament. He scored 354 runs. He scored a brilliant century against Bangladesh, while in the match against New Zealand he missed by just 5 runs. He is just 2 centuries away from breaking Sachin Tendulkar’s record of most centuries in ODIs. Sachin Tendulkar has 49 ODI centuries, while Kohli has 48.

Will the 50th century come in the final?

Former England captain Michael Vaughan said, “There is no one better than Virat Kohli at chasing targets. I would not be surprised if he scores his 49th century before the final and his 50th century in the final. I have always posted on social media that, great players always perform well in the World Cup. He said, “Virat has already won the World Cup but you think he will take the Indian team forward.

About Indian team

Vaughan said, “I would like to know how to stop the Indian team. Yes, you can take quick wickets. He said, “pitch Nothing special is going to happen then how can you take 3-4 wickets in the beginning? The Australians were very close to surprising India when they dismissed 3 batsmen early in Chennai. But I don’t think anyone can defeat the Indian team so easily. Let us tell you that in its first World Cup match, Team India lost 3 wickets for just 2 runs while batting. Virat Kohli and KL Rahul scored centuries for India.