Virat Kohli Biography | Cricket Struggle

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Virat Kohli was born on 5th September 1988 in Delhi, India. Father’s Name Prem Kohli He was a criminal lawyer. Mother’s name was Saroj Kohli and she was a housewife.

Virat’s mother tells that when Virat was 3 years old, he used to play cricket since then. He used to insist his father to play cricket with him all the time. Later Virat used to play cricket throughout the day in his society. Seeing Virat’s betting, the neighbor told father Prem ji that your boy plays such good cricket. you join it cricket academy

About Virat Kohli

Name: Virat Kohli

Date of birth: 5 November 1988

Wife: Anuska Sharma(Actress)

Place of birth: Delhi

Age: 33

School: vishal bharti public school

Virat Kohli

Virat kohli achievement award:

1ICC Men’s ODI cricketer of the year2012
2People choice award in India favorite sport person 2012
3Arjuna award of cricket2012
4Padma shri award2013
5Wisdom leading cricketer in the world2017
6CNN-IBN Indian of the year2017
7Sir Garfield sobers trophy2018
8Major dhyanchand khel ratna award2018
9Wisden cricketer of the year2019
10CNN-IBN Indian of the year popular choice2019

Starting cricket journey

At the age of 9, Peeta got Virat admitted to the West Delhi Cricket Academy. He started his professional cricket training under coach Raj Sharma.

Virat Kohli was God gifted and very soon he learned the basics of cricket. In 2001, there was no selection of Virat in the Delhi Under-14 team. Virat felt very bad, after very good performances in club and district level, he got selected in Delhi U-15 team. He was the highest run scorer of the tournament in 2002-2003 Polly Umrigar Trophy, he was made the captain of the team the next year.

In December 2004, he was selected in the Delhi Under-17 team. In Vijay Marchant Trophy 2003-2004, Virat scored 470 runs in 4 matches. In which two centuries were included. The next year, he was the run scorer in the same tournament, in 7 matches of the tournament, Virat Kohli scored 757 runs, in which 2 centuries were included. Delhi’s Tim won the trophy that year, Kohli was selected in the India U-19 team in 2006 and Kohli’s performance against England Under-19 in July 2006 was excellent.

Ranji trophy Journey:

Coach Lalchand Rajput was very impressed with Kohli’s betting technique. He made his first class debut on 23 November 2006 at the age of 18. He could only score 10 runs in the debut match against Tamil Nadu. On 19 December 2006, Virat suffered a big blow, his father Prem Kohli died. Virat’s father had a dream that Virat played for the Indian team, when his father died, Virat’s batting was going on. On that day, Virat went to Medan with a stone on his heart and performed the last rites of his father after being dismissed for 90 runs in that match against Karnataka.

Internation T-20 Journey:

Made his T20 debut on 3 April 2007, he was the leading run scorer for Delhi in the Saeed Mustaq Ali Trophy season. Virat was the captain of the Indian team of the 2008 Under-19 World Cup. Virat Kohli had won the final for India under his captainship and he was the third highest run scorer. After this, Virat was included in his team by the team Royal Challengers Bangalore in IPL 2008.

On 18 August 2008, Virat Kohli made his ODI debut against Sri Lanka and hit an ODI century and from there Kohli had a double start, then Dhoni gave Virat a nickname “Dh Run Masin Kohli”.

In the 2011 World Cup, Kohli became the first Indian to hit his first century in the World Cup debut. But life takes tests.

It was bad performance. And dropped Kohli in his next series against England. And due to player injury, Kohli got a chance to play in 5 ODIs and in that Kohli cameback his game by scoring 107 runs.

On 28 February 2012, against Sri Lanka in the Commonwealth, he played his scintillating innings with 133 not out. And there Kohli’s name turned out to be the Test Captain in 2014 and after that in the year 2016, Royal Challenger Bangalore scored 973 runs in which 4th century was also included, that score became the highest score of IPL History.

Virat Kohli Record as Captain

Virat Kohli started 2016 with limited overs in Australia. Virat Kohli performed very well in the limited overs, scoring 91 and 59 not out. After that he scored 117 runs in Melbourne and 92 in Canberra in 106 balls in which he made a solid pair. Became the first batsman in the world to cross the 7000-mark in ODIs. And became the first cricketer to make the world’s Fastest 25 alert.

Kohli played his first Test innings of 200 runs against the West Indies, in that series India ensured victory by an innings and 92. That victory of India was the biggest victory in Asia. It was Virat Kohli’s first double alert and the captain’s first double alert going out in Tests. Virat Kohli then hit the second double alert in the Test against New Zealand. That innings was 211 runs

After a short break, Virat Kohli made a double alert against Bangladesh and England. He became the first cricketer to score a double alert in 4 consecutive series. Virat Kohli broke the record of Australian great Donald Brandman and Rahul Dravid. All three of which were successful in achieving. Virat Kohli got his highest score of 239 runs against England.

Virat Kohli 10,000 run in ODI Cricket

Virat Kohli then went on to equalize Rinki Ponting’s 30 in consecutive ODI runs against West Indies and Sri Lanka. After that the ODI player was selected against New Zealand. During which Kohli scored the most runs [8888] and set a new record for the best average [55.55] and most alerts.

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