Indian Cricketer Virat Kohli Biography, Record's, Personal Life, Education, Career

Who does not know about Virat Kohli, the legendary player of the Indian cricket team, Virat Kohli is a right-handed international cricketer

Indian Cricketer Virat Kohli Biography, Record's, Personal Life, Education, Career

Biography of Indian Cricketer Virat Kohli

Virat Kohli Biography

Who does not know about Virat Kohli, the legendary player of the Indian cricket team.

After Sachin Tendulkar and Mahendra Singh Dhoni in the Indian cricket team, these players have strengthened the team, and Virat Kohli made a place in the hearts of everyone by performing brilliantly.

Virat Kohli is a right-handed international cricketer.

 

Indian Cricketer Virat Kohli About

Virat Kohli was born on 5 November 1988, he was born in a Punjabi family in Delhi. His father's name is Prem Kohli who is a criminal lawyer. And his mother name Saroj Kohli is a housewife.

Virat has an elder brother named Vikas, and an elder sister named Bhavna.

Virat Kohli got married on 11 December 2017, his wife's name is Anushka Sharma, and she is a Bollywood film actress.

Both also have a daughter who was born on 11 January 2021. His daughter's name is Vamika Kohli.

 

Information about Virat Kohli

Full Name Virat Prem Kohli (Indian Cricketer)
Height  1.75 m. (5 feet 9 inches)
Born 5 November 1988
Birth Place Delhi
Nickname Cheeku
Mother Name Saroj Kohli
Father Name Prem Kohli
Wife Name Anushka Sharma Kohli (Bollywood Actress)
Daughter Vamika Kohli

Education of Virat Kohli

Indian cricketer Virat Kohli's early education started at Vishal Bharti Public School, Delhi.

Virat Kohli was not that good at studies, but his entire focus was always on cricket. Virat learned Delhi cricket from Raj Kumar Sharma and played his first match in the academy named Sumit Dongra.

Virat was enrolled in the cricket club at the age of just 9.

So that there is complete information about cricket, which can not cause trouble going forward.

Because of cricket, Virat got his education till the 12th only, after which he started concentrating completely on cricket.

Records of Virat Kohli

  • In the year 2011, he scored a century in the World Cup.
  • He is the fastest Indian cricketer to score 7500 runs in ODI.
  • He is the third Indian player to score 100 runs in ODI at the youngest.
  • He scored a century in 52 balls in India vs Australia match in 2013.

 

Indian Cricketer Virat Kohli's Career

Virat Kohli is the fastest Indian cricketer to score 5000 runs and is also one of the fastest international cricketers to score 5000 runs.

Virat Kohli is a right-handed batsman, Virat Kohli played under-15 competition in the year 2002. Soon after, in the year 2006, Virat Kohli was selected in the Under-17. After this, in the year 2008, Virat Kohli was selected for the Under-19 competition.

Virat Kohli's Under-19 World Cup match took place in Malaysia and got India to win in this match. Soon after this match, Virat Kohli was selected for the One Day International match. Then in 2011, he got a chance to play in the World Cup, and India won in that too.

Virat Kohli had a very good performance and learned from all this that Virat was very happy to learn, from then on Virat's name became famous, Virat became famous in India.

In the year 2011, Virat Kohli had made his place in the Test match, during which he also had to face defeat in two consecutive matches.

Virat did not give up and was not disappointed by the defeat, he continued to prove himself better and in the subsequent match, he scored 116 runs.

Virat Kohli could not win India in the test match but Virat Kohli became the only Indian cricketer to score a century.

Seeing the consistent performance of Virat Kohli, one game after another was getting opportunities. He was selected as the Vice-Captain for the Asia Cup in 2012. During this, there was also talk of making Virat the captain of the Indian cricket team.

 

IPL career of Virat Kohli

Virat Kohli played the match in the first season of IPL in 2008. During that time, Virat was bought for the team of Royal Challengers, Bangalore (RCB) by paying 20 lakh rupees. At that time 165 runs were scored in 13 matches.

In the year 2009, he had taken the RCB team to the final, but till now Virat's name was not permanent in the Indian team. Read Also: Dinesh Karthik biography Personal information

Virat Kohli's performance in IPL in 2014 was not special. At the same time, Virat had become the captain of the Test because Mahendra Singh Dhoni had retired from the Test match.

In the year 2015, Virat Kohli managed to break the record of 500 runs. The year 2015 proved to be right for Virat.

In 2016, Virat Kohli performed brilliantly in the matches played in RCB in IPL and Virat Kohli's style of playing started attracting people. In view of his performance, in the year 2018, Virat was bought for 18 crores.

IPL RECORD

YEAR

Match

INNING

N.O

Runs

H.S.

AVG.

S/R

100

50

4s

6s

2022

16

16

1

341

73

22.73

115.99

0

2

32

8

2021

15

15

1

405

72*

28.92

119.46

0

3

43

9

2020

15

15

4

466

90*

42.36

121.35

0

3

23

11

2019

14

14

0

464

100

33.14

141.46

1

2

46

13

2018

14

14

3

530

92*

48.18

139.10

0

4

52

18

2017

10

10

0

308

64

30.80

122.22

0

4

23

11

2016

16

16

4

973

113

81.08

152.03

4

7

83

38

2015

16

16

5

505

82*

45.90

130.82

0

3

35

23

2014

14

14

1

359

73

27.61

122.10

0

2

23

16

2013

16

16

2

634

99

45.28

138.73

0

6

64

22

2013

16

16

2

634

99

45.28

138.73

0

6

64

22

2012

16

15

2

364

73*

28.00

111.65

0

2

33

9

2011

16

16

4

557

71

46.41

121.08

0

4

55

16

2010

16

13

2

307

58

27.90

144.81

0

1

26

12

2009

16

13

2

246

50

22.36

112.32

0

1

22

8

2008

13

12

1

165

38

15.00

105.09

0

0

18

4

 

Awards Received by Virat Kohli

  • Awards received by Virat Kohli so far
  • People's Choice Award for Favorite Cricketer - 2012
  • ICC ODI Player of the Year Award - 2012
  • Arjuna Award for Cricket- 2013
  • CNN-IBN Indian of the Year - 2017
  • Padma Shri Award- 2017-
  • Sir Garfield Sobers Trophy - 2018