[/vc[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/3"]_c[/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_section el_class=”player-single-wrap”][vc_row msp_template=”player-page”][vc_column][vc_column_text]p style="text-align: center;">Undoubtedly the greatest batsman of this era Virat Kohli is an impeccable cricketer for whom run scoring is almost a cake walk. Every time he walks into the field with his cricketing gear on he looks determined and focused. The hunger to be the greatest of all time and the best batsman in the world makes him even more special as he is always thriving for more. The current Indian captain is ranked as the numero uno batsman in 50 overs format and number 2 in the Test format. He has been a holder of a unique record which states that he is the only batsman in the world to average above 50 in all the three formats of the game at the same time. His sheer dominance in every form of cricket is something worth watching and the Delhi boy is always looking to better his performance with every game he plays.
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In the year 2011, when Kohli first toured to Australia, he showed his middle finger to the crowd in Sydney after the crowd abused him while he was fielding near the boundary line.
The very famous incident took place in the year 2013 during the IPL. He was captaining the Royal Challengers Bangalore side and was up against Gautam Gambhir’s Kolkata Knight Riders. After Kohli was dismissed he got involved in an ugly spat with his then Indian side teammate Gautam Gambhir. The two Delhi lads were involved in some rough talks until Rajat Bhatia came and intervened.
Since the age of 3, Virat was fascinated towards cricket.
His nickname ‘Chikoo’ was given by his Delhi State coach Ajit Chaudhary in his childhood days.
In 2003, his coach Raj Kumar Sharma had invited Ashish Nehra to his academy, where he awarded young Kohli as he was the highest run-scorer for Delhi in the 2002-2003 Polly Umrigar Trophy, with 172 runs at an average of 34.40.
In 2006, his father died of a brain stroke, but the very next day after his father’s death, he played a match-saving knock for Delhi against Karnataka, where he scored 90 runs
In 2012, he was named as one of the 10 best dressed international men. He was given the Arjuna Award (2013) and Padma Shri Award (2017) by the Government of India.
The same year, he was appointed the first brand ambassador of Border Security Force (BSF).
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