Virat Kohli is a sensational name not only in the Indian field of cricket but also the world cricket arena. Virat Kohli is a one of the best upcoming cricketer that India has produced. He was born in the capital city of India, 5th November in the year of 1988. Prem Kohli and Saroj Kohli are his father and mother respectively. Vikash and Bhavna are his brother and elder sister respectively. Vishal Bharti and Savier Convent are the educational institution where Virat gets his education. Unfortunately, Virat Kohli lost his father; Prem Kohli worked as a lawyer, in December, 2006.
Virat is a very trendy and loves to follow fashion in vogue and at present younger generation is very much impressed and influenced by Virat’s appearance. Virat Kohli loves to wear Ed Hardy, Aston Martin shirts. Virat is the exceptional Indian cricket player whose arm is full tattooed. There is a beautiful tattoo of a golden dragon is printed on his forearm and it is suppose to be depicted for his good luck.
Virat Kohli has started is first cricket training season from West Delhi Cricket Academy. He was selected for under-19 Indian side for England tour in July, 2006. From that time Virat Kohli’s strong point as a cricketer is he can play very effectively both spin and pace bowling. Virat Kohli, when he was an 18 year’s old boy, has debuted his first-class cricket against Tamil Nadu in the year of 2006. He made his first T-20 debut in the year of 2007 and he finished the tournament as the highest scorer for his side in the Inter State T20 Championship. In that tournament he scored 179 runs and the average was 35.80. Virat Kohli played as a captain for winning Indian cricket team at the 2008 U/19 Cricket World Cup which was held in Malaysia. In this tournament Virat played at the number four batting order position and he scored brilliantly 235 runs among six matches and the average was 47. A century was made by Virat in that tournament against the West Indies team. In that particular tournament Virat showed his capabilities about changing of bowling strategy and it was a great turning point in Virat’s cricket life.
Virat Kohli is famous for his killer instinct and fighting spirit. He always hates to sit on the reserve bench. Virat was selected first for Indian test cricket team in 2011 against West Indies series. And after that Virat did not go on the back foot in his cricket life. One of the biggest achievements of Virat Kohli was made a century in the debut match of the World Cup tournament at 2011. In that particular World Cup of 2011 Virat scored 282 runs and the average was 35.25. Virat Kohli showed his great abilities to score runs against difficult situation. Virat has a unique ability of great rate of conversion because he pays very well against spin and pace both.
Virat Kohli is a very strong, aggressive and very technically sound batsman. He basically loves to play in the middle order like number four. His quick footwork is one of the great advantages to increase conversion rate. In this short span of his cricket life he has achieved many great heights. He possesses many records in his pockets like the fastest Indian cricketer to score 1000 runs, 3000 runs, 4000 runs, 5000 runs and 6000 runs in ODIs. Along with this he also possesses the records of the fastest Indian cricketer to score 10 centuries, 15 centuries and 20 centuries in ODIs. Virat Kohli made three consecutive centuries as a first Test Cricket Captain in the world of cricket history in debut match. So, every person who loves cricket definitely gives hats off to him and has great respect for his brilliant determination.