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Virat Kohli can breake Sachin Tendulkar’s record of 100 centuries:Brett Lee

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Former Australian pacer Brett Lee has said that Team India skipper Virat Kohli can breake cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar’s record of hundrend international centuries.

He further said that if Kohli would continue playing for another seven-eight years than he is the man to surprass Tendulkar’s record. Tendulkar holds the record for highest number of ODI centuries with 49 hundreds and Kohli is second on the list with 43 from 248 matches.

In Tests, Tendulkar leads the tally for most number of hundreds with 51 tons. Kohli has 27 from 86 matches till now.

Lee while speaking on Star Sports ‘Cricket Connected’ show said it will all boil down to three things – talent, fitness and metal strength – and Kohli has all these traits.

“One thing that I would like to eliminate is his talent as a batsman. He definitely got that, so we eliminate that. The second will be his fitness. Kohli has surely had that, because for me it’s all about fitness, ” He said.

“Last would be the mental strength and the capacity to get through the hard games and being away from home,” Lee said.

“I believe he has all these three components to go past Sachin, but again we are talking about Sachin and how can somebody go past God. So, we just have to wait and watch.”

Lee, who has played 76 Tests and 221 ODIs, was speaking on Star Sports show Cricket Connected.

The 43-year-old former fast bowler further said, “We are talking about phenomenal numbers here. Give it another seven-eight years of cricket and the way he is going currently, Kohli can definitely knock it off easily.”

Tendulkar retired in 2013 after a 24-year glorious career that saw him create a plethora of batting records in top-flight cricket.