• About Virat

    The Run Machine or we can say King Kohli, currently the skipper of the Indian national team, the right handed batsman regards as a one of the best batsman of this generation, ESPN ranked the Delhi boy as one of the best sportspeople in this world. On 5th November 1988 Virat Kohli was born in Punjabi Khatri family in Delhi, in his family his father Prem Kohli was a criminal lawyer, and Saroj Kohli his mother is a housewife, he also got two siblings, his elder brother Vikhas and his elder sister Bhavana, and his nephew Aarav, we have seen Aarav supporting Virat in many IPL matches. Recently Virat tied his knot with the Bollywood diva Anushka Sharma.


    He did his schooling from Vishal Bhrati public school and after witnessing his talent his neighbours asked Virat’s father not to waste his time on Gully cricket so his father took him to Rajkumar Sharma, and according to his first mentor he was very enthusiastic about cricket from his childhood days, he was willing to bat at any position and it was hard for Rajkumar Sharma to send him home after the training session is over as he wouldn’t just leave. https://arysports.tv/quetta-gladiators-team/ He married Bollywood actress Anushka Sharma on 11 December 2017 in Tuscany, Italy. He was dating Anushka for a long time.


    Before dating Anushka Sharma, he was in the relationship with Sarah-Jane Dias (An actress), Sanjana (An actress), Tamannah Bhatiya (An Actress), and Izabelle Leite (A Brazilian model) according to the media reports. He made his first class debut in the year of 2006, before that he represented Delhi in different age group level, in 2008 at Malaysia he led the U 19 Indian team to win the U 19 world cup for the second time and after his wonderful performance at the u 19 level he gets call for the senior Indian team. At only 19 years age he was in the Indian squad though in the first few days he was on the benched but soon he got the opportunity and proved his worth to the team and cemented his spot in the playing eleven.


    He has won the 2011 world cup with the Men in Blues, and in that year he made his test debut for India. And soon in 2013 he was announced the No 1 batsman by ICC because of his scintillating knocks for Men In blues. The selectors had no choice but to give Kohli another go in the Indian side, and this time he strung together a number of impressive scores. After being given an extended run, he repaid their faith by notching up his maiden ODI hundred in an impressive run-chase against Sri Lanka in December 2009 - his first of many exemplary knocks in run-chases. In the World Cup final of 2011, the biggest stage of them all, Kohli, along with his Delhi teammate Gautam Gambhir, pulled off a largely underrated rescue effort with an 83-run stand after losing the openers early.



    This knock played a crucial role in setting the platform for MS Dhoni's fabled knock of 91*, which eventually won India the World Cup on that enchanting evening in Mumbai. In the hangover of the World Cup euphoria, Kohli continued to take giant strides in the limited-overs format. Three years after his ODI debut, he was finally handed the coveted Test cap in the Caribbean islands in July 2011, owing to the need to rest the senior players. Quetta gladiators Team Players List After a series each against the Dukes ball and the SG ball, it was now time for his trial against the Kookaburra Down Under. In the first two Tests, he seemed to lack the technique to play in Australia, maintaining his low stance on the bouncy tracks.


    He also had a rather restricting trigger movement with his front-foot routinely coming across towards off-stump, thereby hindering the necessary movement to play back-foot shots such as the pull and the cut.

    In 2012, he was appointed as new ODI Vice-captain under MS Dhoni, and one year later in 2014 he was named the Indian test team captain as captain cool MSD pull the curtains from test cricket in that year. And under Virat team Indian has won the ICC Number 1 Test cricket team trophy and won back to back test series.


    In 2014 for the first time he led team Indian in the test match against Australia as Dhoni was not part of that test team and in his first test match as captain he smashed a brilliant ton against the Aussies and becomes the fourth Indian player to score a ton as a debut captain Kohli has shown the cricking world how to chase with his brilliant chasing skills, he has turned the tide in many situations for team India while chasing, in Commonwealth Bank triangular series against Australia and Sri Lanka, Kholi made two fifties, in that series in a crucial match against Sri Lanka, where the Lankans has put a mammoth 321 scores on the scoreboard.


    In that match Kohli came on the crease when India was 86 for two and he has shown the world his chasing skills and scored a splendid 133 runs in just 86 balls and gave the Men in Blue a comfortable win with 13 overs to spare. In the year of 2016 ICC T20 World cup, he played some match-winning innings for team India against Pakistan where he scored 55 runs at Eden Gardens and also in a do or die match against Australia he has got 82 runs in just 51 balls, those innings by him are the innings by a sheer class.

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