1) Virat Kohli

India's Virat Kohli celebrates his century against Australia during their One Day cricket match at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, January 17, 2016. REUTERS/Hamish Blair
India’s Virat Kohli celebrates his century against Australia during their One Day cricket match at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, January 17, 2016. REUTERS/Hamish Blair

The latest and the fastest entrant to the 7000 runs club is Virat Kohli. He achieved this feat in 161 innings against the Aussies. The Indian team Test skipper and  ODI Vice captain is known to be an aggressive batsman with strong technical skills. The middle order batsman is known for his wide range of shots, ability to pace an innings and batting under pressure. His main strength lies through the mid-wicket and cover region.Kohli often regarded as the next Tendulkar is one of the best limited-overs batsmen in the world, especially while chasing. In ODIs, while batting second he averages more than 61. 14 out of his 23 hundreds have come in run-chases.

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