Virat Kohli is a young cricketer playing for the national team of India. Besides, he is also a member of Delhi, Bangalore Royal Challengers, and India Red. All the cricketing actions are performed with the help of his right hand. He usually bats at the position of no. 4.
Virat made his debut in One Day Internationals on 18th of August, 2008 against Sri Lanka at Dambulla. His inclusion was a replacement against Virender Sehwag (as he was injured). He hit 12 runs in 22 balls in this match. It was, however, won by Sri Lanka. The margin was 8 wickets with 91 balls to spare. The latest ODI played by him was the one held on 29th of August, 2008 at Colombo, once again versus Sri Lanka. He scored 31 runs in 46 balls herein. Sri Lanka went on to win this match by 112 runs; of course, by D/L method. Virat is known as a cool-headed player. Hence, it’s easy for him to get along with every player.
- In 85 ODIs played so far, Virat has piled up 3590 runs. His highest score was 183. The strike rate has been 86.31.
- Virat has played so far in 8 test matches, 8 T20Is, 38 First class matches, 116 List A matches and in 91 Twenty20 matches.
|Team||India National Cricket Team|
|Height / weight||1.75 m / 69 kg|
|Born||5 Nov 1988|
|Delhi||2006 - present|
|Royal Challengers||2008 - present|
|India||2008 - present|
Virat Kohli seems to be a solid Batsman.Reply