Top 10 Test run-getters
Graham Gooch their 30s. For example, Dravid scored 58% of his runs in his 30s, Ponting 52% and Kumar Sangakkara 56%. If Kohli is to challenge Tendulkar’s record, he would look to emulate Sangakkara, who also scored runs in his 30s at an average of 60—
6,360 the most by any batsmen among the top 10.
In one-day internationals (ODI), Kohli is relatively betterplaced, but he still has to bat better than most have done in their 30s. Kohli has 10,232 ODI runs. He is currently the 12th highest run-getter of all time, and is climbing at an audacious pace. Kohli averages 59.83 in ODIS so far. The next best among those ahead of him in ODI runs is 44.83—a full 15 runs less per innings. That next best is Tendulkar, and he holds the