Battle for History: Kohli, Rohit vs. Tendulkar's Record
Sachin Tendulkar holds a remarkable record for the most runs in World Cups, with 2278 runs in 45 matches across six editions.
Tendulkar's record may be out of reach for this ICC World Cup, but there's another record within Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma's grasp.
Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma are the second and third highest Indian run-scorers in World Cups, trailing Tendulkar by over 1000 runs.
Bangladesh's Shakib Al Hasan, England's Harry Brook, and Pakistani players Hasan Ali and Haris Rauf all mention Virat Kohli as the player they would want to steal from Team India.
The duo is close to Tendulkar's World Cup runs against Pakistan, with Tendulkar scoring 313 runs in five matches against Pakistan at an average of 78.25.
Both Virat and Rohit would need to score a big century in the match against Pakistan to surpass Tendulkar's record.
In the ongoing World Cup, both India and Pakistan have won their first two matches in the round-robin phase.
India secured victories against Australia and Afghanistan in their initial matches.
Meanwhile, Pakistan triumphed over the Netherlands and Sri Lanka in their opening matches.