Smith is only 27 runs away from scoring 7000 runs, Virat can touch 7000 before Smith.
Australia's Steve Smith made a stormy return to Test cricket after being banned for 1 year from international cricket in the case of ball tempering during the Test series against South Africa in 2018, 4 matches against England in the Ashes series. In 7 innings, he scored the highest 774 runs, scoring 3 fifties, 2 centuries and 1 double century at an average of 110.57, after which he is 697 in Test cricket so far. Has scored 3 runs and Smith needs just 27 runs to score 7000 runs. On the other hand, Virat Kohli has scored 6749 runs and Kohli needs 251 more runs to score 7000 Test runs, so let us know who will be able to score 7000 runs in both.
Steve Smith's Test Statistics
Australia's finest Test player Steve Smith has scored 6973 runs, scoring 27 half-centuries, 26 centuries and 3 double centuries at an average of 64.56 and a strike rate of 56.38, while remaining unbeaten 16 times in 124 innings of 68 matches. Only 27 runs are needed.
Virat Kohli's performance in Tests
Kohli, who played the first Test in 2011, has played 79 matches within 9 years, in 135 innings of which Kohli has scored 6749 runs at an average of 57.01 and an average of 53.14. Meanwhile, Kohli has scored 22 fifties, 25 centuries and 6 double centuries. . Apart from this, he has also returned unbeaten a total of 8 times. Kohli still has to make 251 runs to score 7000 runs.
Kohli can score 7000 runs before Smith
At present, Steve Smith needs 27 runs to complete 7000 runs and Virat Kohli needs 251 runs. In such a situation, Steve Smith can score 7000 runs in the first test from Virat Kohli, but Virat Kohli has the chance to score 7000 runs in the first test from Smith. It is to be noted that India has to play South Africa's Surface 3-match Test series from October 2, which is also part of Virat Kohli, followed by Bangladesh's Satj 2 Tests in the month of October. Australia will now play Test matches with Pakistan in the month of November. In such a situation, Virat Kohli has a golden opportunity to complete 7000 runs in the first Test from Steve Smith. Although Smith scores 27 runs in the next innings of the Test, he will become the fastest batsman to score 7000 runs in a Test.
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