Virat Kohli’s Biography, And Profile Stats, records

Captain of the Indian cricket team and international player Virat Kohli hail from India. He is a right-handed batsman who competes for Delhi in domestic cricket & Royal Challengers Bangalore in the Indian Premier League. Lets discuss Virat Kohli’s biography and profile in this blog.

Undoubtedly Virat is recognized as one of the most delicate all-format batters of all time and is frequently rated as one of the top batsmen of his age. He led the Indian cricket team in 213 games across all three forms between 2013 and 2022. Kohli has been one of the greatest Test captains in Indian history, with 40 victories from 68 games.

In 2011, Kohli played his first Test. In 2013, he became the first batsman to hold the top place in the ICC ratings for ODI players. Just at Icc World Twenty20, he has been named Man of Tournament (in 2014 & 2016). According to the world record, he is also the fastest person to complete 23,000 international runs. Here Virat Kohli’s biography.

Young age

In the Polly Umrigar Trophy for the 2002–03 season in October 2002, Kohli made his debut again for the Delhi Under-15 squad. He was named team captain for the Polly Umrigar Trophy season of 2003–04. Moreover he was chosen for the Delhi Under-17 squad to compete in the 2003–2004 Vijay Merchant Trophy in late 2004. 

The Delhi Under-17s claimed the 2004–2005 Vijay Merchant Trophy, and Kohli ended up with 757 runs through 7 matches. And two hundred as the tournament’s leading run-scorer. He earned his List A start for Delhi versus Services in February 2006, although he was not allowed to bat.

Profile

Playing manner

A naturally aggressive batter with superior technical ability, Kohli. Indeed In ODI cricket, he typically bats at the third position. He stands and bats with an open chest and a firm bottom-hand grip. He plays more grounded strokes and is not a powerful hitter. 

Virat is renowned for having a broad repertoire of shots, for being able to pace an inning, and for hitting under duress. He has strength in the middle of the wicket and at the cover. Kohli has acknowledged that now the cover drive was his preferred shot and that the flick stroke naturally suits him.

He is referred to as “not a native sweep of both the cricket ball”. And does not execute the sweeping shot frequently. Kohli excels at bowling the leg stump line. When hit at the leg stump, he plays the flick shot.

According to cricket analyst VVS Laxman, Virat Kohli’s vulnerability is the balling line from outside off stump. An outside off-stump line ball bowled him out, but the opposing team’s bowlers try to take advantage of this in both ODIs and Test matches.

While chasing, Kohli is considered the finest limited-overs batter in the world. He averages about 69 in ODIs while batting second, compared to about 51 when batting first. He holds the mark for the hundreds when batting second, with 26 of the 43 ODI centuries coming in run chases.

Aggression

Known for his intensity on the field, Kohli’s early career in the media was characterized as “brash” and “arrogant.” He has frequently engaged in conflict with players and umpires. His combative mentality has drawn support from several past cricket players, while some have condemned it. Attempting to suppress his violent behaviour, Kohli said in 2012 that “the creation and the strain or the special situations make it challenging to control the hostility.

Virat Kohli’s Records:

Virat Kohli is the T20I player with the most scores of 50 or more runs without a doubt. Inside the T20 World Cup, he seems to be the only batsman to have won player of the event honors twice. In the 2014 T20 World Cup, he led all scorers with 319 runs, including 4 fifty scores.

Only Sachin Tendulkar, who has 49 hundred, has more ODI centuries than he does (43), who is second with 43. Moreover In international cricket, he ranks third with 70 hundred, just behind Sachin Tendulkar (100) and Ricky Ponting (71).

In terms of innings, he is the player who reached 10,000 runs in the ODI format the fastest, doing it in 54 less than the previous record-259 holder’s innings. [410] The shortest number of innings required to reach 1000 runs in a year was 11 in 2018 when he got 1000 ODI runs. This is all about Virat Kohli’s biography and profile.

Statistics

By May 2022, Kohli had scored 71 hundred and seven double centuries in world cricket, including 27 centuries, seven double centuries, and 43 centuries in Test matches (ODIs).

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