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       Virat Kohli is an Indian international cricketer and a Right-handed batsman. He is a famous cricketer in the world. India has given to the world many a great cricketer but perhaps none as ambitious as Virat Kohli. To meet his ambition, Kohli employed the technical assiduousness of Sachin Tendulkar and fitness that was in the league of top athletes in the world, not just cricketers. 

virat kohli
Virat kohli


     He was born on 5 November 1988 in New Delhi into a Punjabi Hindu family. His height is 1.75 meters.


    His father, Prem Kohli, worked as a criminal lawyer and his mother, Saroj Kohli, is a homemaker. He has an older brother, Vikash, and an older sister, Bhavna.


   He studied till class 9th ​​at Vishal Bharti Public School. After that, he studied at Savior Convent School in Paschim Vihar till Class 12th. Virat Kohli is Class 12th pass. His dream was to play cricket for the country.


    Kohli first played for the Delhi Under-15 team in October 2002 in the 2002–2003 Polly UmrigarTrophy. He became the captain of the team for the 2003–2004 Polly Umrigar Trophy. In late 2004, he was selected for the Delhi Under-17 team for the 2003–2004 Vijay Merchant Trophy. Delhi Under-17s won the 2004–2005 Vijay Merchant Trophy in which Kohli finished as the highest run-scorer with 757 runs from 7 matches in two centuries. In February 2006, he made his  List A debut for Delhi against Services but did not get to bat.

   Kohli made his First-class debut for Delhi against Tamil Nadu in November 2006, at the age of 18, he scored 10 runs in his debut innings. He came into the spotlight in December when he decided to play for his team against Karnataka on the day after his father’s death and went on to score 90 out of 26 balls. He went directly to the funeral after he got out of the match. He scored a total of 257 runs from 6 matches at an average of 36.71 that season. 


    In July 2006, Kohli was selected for the India Under-19 squad on its tour of England. He averaged 105 in the three-match ODI series against England and 49 in the three-match Test series. India Under-19 went on to win both series. In September, the India Under-19 team toured Pakistan. Kohli averaged 58 in the Test series and 41.66 in the ODI series against Pakistan.

    In April 2007, he made his T20 debut and finished as the highest run-getter for his team in the  Inter-State T20 Championship with 179 runs at an average of 35.80. In July–August 2007, the India Under-19 team toured Sri Lanka. In the three-nation series against Srilanka and  Bangladesh Kohli was the second-highest run-getter with 146 runs at an average of 29 from 5 matches. In the two-match Test series that followed, he scored 244 runs at an average of 122 including a century and a fifty. 

    In February–March 2008, Kohli captained the victorious Indian team at the 2008 Under-19 cricket world cup held in Malaysia. Batting at number 3, he scored 235 runs in 6 matches at an average of 47 and finished as the tournament’s third-highest run-getter and one of the three batsmen to score a hundred in the tournament. He helped India in a three-wicket semi-final win over New Zealand by taking 2 wickets and scoring 43 runs in the run-chase and was awarded the man of the match.

   In June 2008, Kohli and his Under-19 teammates, Pradeep Sangwan and Tanmay Srivastava were awarded the Border-Gavaskar scholarship. The scholarship allowed the three players to train for six weeks at  Cricket Australia”s Centre of Excellence in Brisbane. He was also picked in the India Emerging Players squad for the four-team Emerging Players Tournament and scored 206 runs in six matches at an average of 41.20. 


    In August 2008, Kohli was included in the Indian ODI squad for the Tour of Srilanka and the Champion Trophy in Pakistan. Prior to the Sri Lankan tour, Kohli had played only eight List A matches. So, his selection was called a “surprise call-up“. During the Sri Lankan tour, as both first-choice openers Sachin Tendulkar and Virender Sehwag were injured, Kohli batted as a makeshift opener throughout the series. At the age of 19, he made his international debut in the first ODI of the tour and was dismissed for 12. He made his first ODI half-century, a score of 54, in the fourth match. 


     Virat Kohli holds many records in cricket. He played very well in the Test, ODI, and t20. He is called King Kohli and is Known as the run machine in cricket. He has also captained the country. 

The records are as follows…….


Session 2011-2022
Matches 201
Innings 173
Not out  10
Runs 8074
Highest Score 254
Average 49.53
Strictrate 55.68
100s 27
The 50s 28
0s 14
6s 24
4s 910


Position               Records

31st                         Most runs in a career (8074)

33rd                        Most run in a calendar year (1322)
7th                          Most runs in a match on the losing side (256)
17th                        Most runs in a series by a captain (655)
19th                        Most runs in an innings by a captain (254*)
45th                       Highest career batting average (49.53)
19th                        Most hundreds in a career (27)
4th                         Most double hundreds in a career (7)
2nd                        Most double hundreds in a series (2)
4th                        Most hundreds in a series (4)
21st                       Most hundreds in a calendar year (5)
34th                     Most hundreds against one team (7)
5th                       Hundreds in consecutive innings (3)
21st                      Hundreds in consecutive matches (3)
40th                     Most fifties in a career (55)
35th                     Most fours in a career (910)
27th                     Fastest to 4000 runs (89)
14th                     Fastest to 5000 runs (105)
9th                      Fastest to 6000 runs (119)
5th                      Fastest to 7000 runs (138)
15th                     Fastest to 8000 runs (169)
38th                    Most catch in a career (102)
17th                     Most catches in a series (12)
33rd                    Highest partnerships for any wicket (365)
8th                      Highest partnership for the fourth wicket (365)
44th                   Highest partnership for the fifth wicket (225)
7th                     Highest partnership for the eighth wicket (241)
50th                   Most consecutive matches for a team (54)
33rd                   Most player-of-the-match awards (9)
47th                   Most player-of-the-series awards (3)
6th                    Most matches as captain (68)
33rd                  Most consecutive matches as captain of a team (25)


Session 2011-2022
Matches 102
Innings 173
Not out  10
Runs 8074
Highest Score 254
Average 49.53
Strictrate 55.68
100s 27
The 50s 28
0s 14
4s 910
6s 24


 POSITION                        RECORDS

6th                                     Most runs in a career (12344)
20th                                   Most run in an innings (183)
46th                                   Most run in a series (558)
12th                                    Most run in a calendar year (1460)
4th                                      Most runs in an innings (by batting position) (183)
12th                                    Most runs in a series by a captain (558)
11th                                    Most runs in an innings by a captain (160*)
4th                                     Highest career batting average (57.68)
2nd                                    Most hundreds in a career (43)
5th                                    Most hundreds in a series (3)
5th                                     Most hundreds in a calendar year (6)
1st                                     Most hundreds against one team (9)
2nd                                   Hundreds in consecutive innings (3)
34th                                 Youngest player to score a hundred (21y 49d)
9th                                   Most nineties in a career (6)
1st                                     Dismissed for 99 (and 199, 299, etc) (99)
4th                                    Most fifties in a career (107)
13th                                  Fifties in consecutive innings (5)
47th                                 Most ducks in a career (15)
28th                                 Most sixes in a career (125)
6th                                    Most fours in a career (1159)
9th                                   Most fours in an innings (22)
12th                                 Fastest to 1000 runs (24)
22nd                                Fastest to 2000 runs (53)
12th                                  Fastest to 3000 runs (75)
6th                                   Fastest to 4000 runs (93)
2nd                                  Fastest to 5000 runs (114)
2nd                                  Fastest to 6000 runs (136)
2nd                                  Fastest to 7000 runs (161)
1st                                    Fastest to 8000 runs (175)
1st                                    Fastest to 9000 runs (194)
1st                                     Fastest to 10000 runs (205)
1st                                    Fastest to 11000 runs (222)
1st                                     Fastest to 12000 runs (242)
11th                                 Worst career bowling average (without qualification) (166.25)
6th                                  Most catches in a career (138)
21st                                 Highest partnership for the third wicket (213)
7th                                   Highest partnership for the fifth wicket (200)
37th                                Most matches in a career (262)
15th                                 Most consecutive matches for a team (102)
3rd                                  Most player-of-the-match awards (36)
3rd                                  Most player-of-the-series awards (9)
22nd                                Most match as captain (95)
37th                                 Youngest captains (24y 239d)


Session 2010-2022
Matches 111
Innings 103
Not out 30
Runs  3856
Highest Score 122
Average 52.82
Strictrate 138.45
100s 1
50s 35
0s 4
4s 340
6s 115


 POSITION                        RECORDS

1st                                     Most runs in a career (3856)
13th                                   Most runs in an innings (122*)
11th                                   Most runs in a calendar year (641)
11th                                   Most runs in an innings (by batting position) (122*)
34th                                  Most run in a match on the losing side (89*)
8th                                   Most runs on a single ground (472)
22nd                                Most run in an innings by a captain (94*)
2nd                                  Highest career batting average (52.82)
1st                                   Most fifties in a career (36)
7th                                 The fifties in consecutive innings (3)
5th                                 Most innings before the first duck (47)
18th                               Most consecutive innings without a duck (47)
29th                              Fewest ducks in a career (25.75)
6th                               Most sixes in a career (115)
4th                                Most fours in a career (340)
23rd                              Most fours in an innings (12)
23rd                              Most run from fours and sixes in an innings (84)
37th                              Highest percentage of runs in a completed inning (59.23)
5th                                Fastest to 1000 runs (27)
3rd                                Fastest to 2000 runs (56)
2nd                                Fastest to 2500 runs (68)
1st                                 Fastest to 3000 runs (81)
1st                                 Fastest to 3500 runs (96)
10th                               Most catches in a career (49)
20th                              Most catch in an innings (3)
11th                               Highest partnership for the third wicket (134)
45th                              Highest partnership for the fourth wicket (100)
3rd                                Highest partnership for the fifth wicket (113)
39th                              Highest partnership for the sixth wicket (70)
8th                               Most matches in a career (111)
1st                               Most player-of-the-match awards (14)
1st                                Most player-of-the-series awards (7)
8th                             Most matches as captain (50)
19th                            Winning all tosses in a series (3)


   The captain of the Indian cricket team got married on 11 December 2017 to his lady love, Anushka Sharma, the Indian actor-producer. On 11 January 2021, Virat and his wife, Anushka, were blessed with a baby girl, Anvi.




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