Virat Kohli’s Birthday Celebration
This is Virat Kohli Birthday and this sunday is a big day for Indian batting sensation Virat Kohli, who turns 35 years old!The highly anticipated ICC World Cup match between India and South Africa at Kolkata’s Eden Gardens will mark Kohli’s working 35th birthday.
By mentioning his 49th ODI hundred, the former captain of India hopes to make the birthday memorable. One that will allow him to tie Sachin Tendulkar’s all-time record, though Kohli will be more concerned with helping his team win their eighth straight game than with the record-breaking achievement.
Virat Kohli, the young and talented right-handed batsman, was born on November 5, 1988, in Delhi. On April 3, 2007, Virat made his debut in T20 cricket, representing Delhi against Himachal Pradesh. He captained the Indian Under-19 cricket team in the 2008 World Cup, which India won. He has also played for Royal Challengers Bangalore since 2008.
He had two parents: Prem Kohli and Saroj Kohli. Regretfully, on December 19, 2006, his father suffered a stroke and died. Virat has two siblings: Vikas, his older brother, and Bhavna, his older sister. At West Delhi, Delhi’s St. Sophia School, he started his schooling. In 1998, Virat Kohli was among the first pupils of the brand-new West Delhi Cricket Academy. Virat joined the Delhi Ranji team on November 23, 2006. In his first game, he scored ninety runs. On December 19, 2006, his father suffered a cerebral stroke and died early in the morning.
Celebrating Virat Kohli Birthday
As Team India gets ready to take on South Africa in the World Cup, Virat Kohli, who turned 35 on the day of a match, is the centre of attention. After missing a century in the previous match, Kohli will look to add even more special memories to this birthday with his 49th ODI century.
Supporters of the former Indian captain are expected to be seen in the stands wearing plenty of “Virat” shirts, despite the ICC’s opposition. Kohli can create a lasting memory on his birthday by helping the batsmen at the wicket.
At the age of 18, Kohli made his first-class debut for Delhi against Tamil Nadu, scoring 10 runs. During the July 2006 India-England tour, he made his debut with the Indian Under-19 squad. The One-Day International and Test series were won by India. When Kohli played in the Inter-State T20 Championship the following year, he scored 179 runs to take first place, marking his debut in Twenty20 cricket. During India’s tour of South Africa, Kohli became the fastest batsman in history to reach 1,000 runs in Twenty20 cricket. He did so in his 27th inning. Kohli became the world’s fastest batsman to score 25 centuries during India’s tour, surpassing the 7,000 runs mark in One Day Internationals.
Biography of Virat Kohli
Born on: November 5, 1988
35 years old
Parents: Father: Prem Kohli; Mother: Saroj Kohli
Education: Sevier Convent and Vishal Bharti Public School
5 feet 9 inches tall
Net worth: about 980 crores Indian rupees
First-Timer Virat Kohli
Virat Kohli played some of his best cricket as a teenager in Malaysia, and a group of people at the BCCI headquarters in Mumbai watched his every move up close. Under the direction of Shrikant, this was the Indian cricket selection committee. The once-famous but now-dying Indian batting team was something that Shrikant and his team were hoping to see come back. With the selection of MS Dhoni as team captain in 2008, the trend picked up steam. The captains saw in Kohli a batsman with promise who could steady the team’s sometimes erratic middle order.
Awards for Virat Kohli
Player of the Year, ICC Cricket: 2018; Sir Garfield Sobers Trophy: 2017
Players of the Year in the ICC ODI: 2012, 2017
2017 was the year for captain.
In 2017, Padma Shri
2012, 2014, Captain (2016), Captain (2017) ICC ODI Team of the Year
Arjuna Prize: (2013)
Gandhi Rajiv 2018’s ICC Men’s Cricketer of the Decade (2010–2020), Sir Garfield Sobers Trophy winner Khel Ratna
The Entire Wealth of Virat Kohli