When Sachin Tendulkar, the legend of Indian cricket, had said goodbye to the cricket field, then a list of records with his name was missing behind, which is also the same as the dreamer for the cricketer. Once after retirement, Sachin was asked that whom he considered being more capable of breaking his records, then he took the names of Team India's Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli.
Virat Kohli continues to lead in his career in the same way as Sachin had hoped for him, and in the ODIs against the West Indies, Kohli also touched the huge peak of 10,000 runs in ODI cricket, where credit was the first to reach Tendulkar, the big thing is that in Kohli Kohli has completed 10,000 runs.
Kohli has achieved this position in 205 ODIs, while Sachin achieved this position in 259 innings. Virat Kohli achieved this position by playing 54 innings less. Apart from Sachin and Kohli, Sourav Ganguly, Rahul Dravid, and MS Dhoni have also completed 10,000 runs in ODIs.
However, Kohli did not make the youngest batsmen reaching 10,000 runs. This record is now Sachin's name, Sachin made this record at 27 years 341 days old, while Kohli has reached this position in 29 years 317 days.
It is not Kohli who has broken another record of Sachin in this match. Now he has also become the Indian batsman who scored the fastest 4000 runs on a home in ODIs. Sachin achieved this in 92 innings, while Kohli has achieved this feat in 78 innings.