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Career Record of Virat Kohli

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Sep 4, 2022

who is the king of cricket? everyone knows there is only one king in the cricket non other then virat kohli. so here is the Career Record of Virat Kohli

  • During the 2002–2003 Polly Umrigar Trophy tournament, he was the player with the most runs scored for the Delhi Under-15 squad, which he played for in 2002. He was given the role of captain for the team that will compete for the Polly Umrigar Trophy in 2003–2004.
  • He was given a spot on the Delhi Under-17 team that competed in the Vijay Merchant Trophy in 2003–2004. He played in four matches and had a scoring total of 470 runs, averaging 117.50 with two hundreds. He carried up his phenomenal play into the following season as well, which was instrumental in Delhi winning the Vijay Merchant Trophy in 2004–2005.
  • Because of his regular accomplishments, he was selected to represent India’s Under-19 team when it travelled to England in 2006.
  • He finished with a 105 batting average over the course of the one-day international series that India Under-19 won. Later on in that year, he also had a remarkable performance against the Under-19 cricket squad representing Pakistan.
  • When Kohli was barely 18 years old, in 2006, his father passed away. The sudden passing of his father, who had been his primary source of support, thrust the family into a precarious financial situation. Kohli, despite his youth, immediately began to take the game with an increased level of seriousness after taking on additional responsibilities.
  • He was the captain of the Indian side that won the ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup in Malaysia in 2008. The tournament was conducted in 2008. After this, the Royal Challengers Bangalore franchise of the Indian Premier League decided to purchase him and sign him to a youth contract for the price of $30,000.
  • In 2008, he was part of the Indian One-Day International team that travelled to Sri Lanka. During the tour, he batted as a substitute opener for the entirety of the series due to the fact that the regular openers, Sachin Tendulkar and Virender Sehwag, were both sidelined with injuries. In the end, India prevailed and won the series 3–2, marking India’s first victory in a One-Day International series over Sri Lanka on Sri Lankan soil.
  • 2009 was a year in which he maintained a high level of performance throughout. After scoring an unbeaten 79 in a group encounter against the West Indies during the 2009 ICC Champions Trophy, he was given the man of the match award for the first time in his career. Later that year, he participated in the one-day international series that was played at home against Sri Lanka. In the fourth match of the series, he scored his first ODI century, which was 107 runs off 111 balls.
  • He maintained the level of excellence that won him a spot on the team that will compete in the 2011 World Cup. Kohli was the first Indian batsman to make a century on his World Cup debut, and he did it by scoring an undefeated 100 in the first match of the tournament, which was played against Bangladesh. He also featured in every match of the tournament. India made it all the way to the championship game, and Virat Kohli’s 35 runs against Sri Lanka in the championship game were crucial. India ultimately prevailed in the match by a score of six wickets to take the title of World Cup champions for the first time since 1983.
  • In June and July of 2011, India sent a mainly inexperienced side to play Test matches in the West Indies. Virat Kohli was one of three players in the Test squad who had never played for India before. In the first match of the Test series, which took place in Kingston, he made his debut in a Test match. India emerged victorious in the test series by a score of 1-0, however Kohli did not do well against the quick bowling. He was dismissed from the Test squad as a result of his poor performance in the series, in which he scored only 76 runs in five innings.
  • As a result of Yuvraj Singh’s injury, he was brought back into the Test team for India’s four-match series in England in July and August of 2011. His role was that of a replacement. He did not participate in any of the series’ One-Day International matches, although he did have some success in the Test matches.
  • During India’s tour to Australia in December 2011, he established himself as a star in the Test cricket competition. Although India was defeated in the Test series by a score of 4–0, Virat Kohli finished the series as India’s leading run scorer. He made 116 runs during the first innings of the fourth and final match in Adelaide, which was also the first time he had ever reached the century mark in a test match.
  • The Asia Cup was held in Bangladesh in 2012, and Kohli was given the role of vice-captain for the tournament. He smashed West Indies’ Brian Lara’s long standing record of 156 with a score of 183 in the last group stage match, which was played against Pakistan. This score was the highest individual score ever recorded in one-day internationals played against Pakistan. In spite of the outstanding efforts he turned in during the event, India was unable to get to the final round.
  • 2013 was another year in which he continued his record of great stays. He had a strong performance in the one-day international series that India played against Australia. In the second game of the series, which took place in Jaipur, he set a record for the fastest century in odi by an Indian player by scoring 100 runs off of only 52 balls. His innings of 100 runs without being out contributed to India’s successful pursuit of the target score of 360.
  • Kohli is a strong one-day international (ODI) player, despite the fact that he is more recognised for his blistering exploits in test matches. He was given the role of captain of the Indian test squad in the year 2014. During the same year, he went to Australia and played in four tests, scoring a total of 692 runs. This is the most runs scored by any Indian batsman in a Test series played in Australia.
  • His professional trajectory took a momentary step backward in 2015 because he was unable to achieve any significant successes that year. However, he quickly got back into form and became the quickest batter in the world to score 1,000 runs in Twenty20 International cricket while South Africa was on tour in India later that same year. This accomplishment came during the tour.
  • In 2016, Kohli was in outstanding physical shape. His outstanding exploits at the plate helped India go to the semifinals of the Twenty20 World Cup in 2016, which was held in India.
  • The number of runs that Virat scored in international competition in 2017 was 2,818, which was the third-highest total ever in a calendar year and the highest ever recorded by an Indian cricketer. The International Cricket Council (ICC) selected him to lead both the World Test XI and the World ODI XI in 2017.
  • In 2018, India played England in a five-match test series, and Kohli finished the series with 593 runs, which was the third highest total by an Indian batsman in a losing test series. His batting has been praised as one of his finest efforts by the British media. The performance that Kohli turned up at the plate was hailed as “one of the greatest batting displays ever seen in a losing cause” by The Guardian. In the same year, Kohli set a new record by becoming the fastest player to score 10,000 runs in one-day internationals (he did so in 205 innings).
  • It was announced in December 2021 that Rohit Sharma would take over for Kohli as India’s ODI captain, and in September 2021, Kohli stepped down from his post as captain of India’s Twenty20 International team. On January 15, 2022, in the wake of India’s defeat in the test series against South Africa by a score of 2–1, Kohli resigned as the team’s Test captain.

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