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Virat Kohli Player Profile, Age, Career, Bowling & Batting Stats

Virat Kohli

Virat Kohli

India
India | Batter

Player Name

Virat Kohli

Nickname

Chiku, King Kohli

Birth Place

Delhi, India

Height

5 feet 9 inches (175 centimeters)

Jersey Number

18

Team(s)

Royal Challengers Bengaluru, India national cricket team, Delhi, India Under-19 cricket team

Family (Wife, Son/Daughter, Father, Mother, Brother, Sister)

Wife - Anushka Sharma, Daughter - Vamika Kohli, Son - Akaay, Father - Prem Kohli, Mother - Saroj Kohli, Brother - Vikas Kohli, Sister - Bhavna Kohli

Zodiac

Scorpio

Education

Class XII

Cars

Lamborghini Huracan, Audi A8L QW12 Quattro, Audi R8 V10, Audi R8 LMX Limited Edition, Bentley Continental GT Mulliner, Bentley Flying Spur

Networth

$126 million (approximately Rs 1050 crore)

Salary (Central Contract and IPL)

Rs 7 crore (central contract) and Rs 15 crore

Instagram

https://www.instagram.com/virat.kohli/

Facebook

https://www.facebook.com/virat.kohli

Twitter/X

https://twitter.com/imVkohli

 

Virat Kohli, known as the 'King' of cricket, plays for the Indian national cricket team. Virat Kohli is a regular member of the national team across the three formats of the game. He represents the Royals Challengers Bengaluru (RCB) franchise in the Indian Premier League (IPL).

Virat Kohli grabbed the attention of Indian selectors following his impressive performances in the 2008 U19 World Cup. He led the team to victory in the final of the tournament against South Africa. Kohli made his debut for the Indian team in an ODI match against Sri Lanka in 2008.

The batter made the most of the opportunities and cemented his place on the team. The right-handed batter scored a hundred against Bangladesh in his ODI World Cup debut match in 2011. He scored a crucial 35-run knock in the final against Sri Lanka, helping the team to win the tournament.

The Delhi-born cricketer made his Test debut against the West Indies in 2011. He smashed his century during the India tour of Australia in 2011-12, where his team suffered a humiliating 0–4 loss. He went on to cement his place in red-ball cricket as well with his impressive performances.

Virat Kohli was named vice-captain of the Indian team ahead of the Asia Cup 2012. He got a chance to lead the team for the first time during the tri-series in the West Indies in the absence of MS Dhoni. He also captained the team during the 2014 Asia Cup but failed to lead the team to victory.

The Delhi cricketer was part of India's squad that won the Champions Trophy in 2013. He played a crucial knock of 43 runs against England in the summit clash. However, Ravindra Jadeja won 'Player of the Match' for his all-round performance. It marked his second ICC trophy as a player for India.

Kohli got the chance to lead the team in Test cricket during the first Test against Australia in 2014 in place of injured MS Dhoni. He scored twin centuries in his first Test match as captain. However, his performance went in vain as the Men in Blue suffered a loss at the Adelaide Oval.

Kohli won the 'Player of the Tournament' award for the two successive T20 World Cups in 2014 and 2016. However, the team failed to clinch the title on both occasions. The star batter became India's all-format skipper after MS Dhoni stepped down from white-ball captaincy in January 2017.

The No. 3 batter led the Indian team in the 2017 Champions Trophy and the 2019 ODI World Cup. He failed to secure the title as the team suffered losses in knockout matches. His team lost to New Zealand in the inaugural edition of the ICC World Test Championship (WTC) final in England.

He stepped down from the captaincy in a shorter format after the 2021 T20 World Cup. The BCCI removed him as ODI captain and appointed Rohit Sharma as the white ball skipper. Kohli stepped down from Test captaincy in 2022, and Rohit also took over the charge of the team in red-ball cricket as well.

Virat Kohli has been the Royal Challengers Bengaluru (RCB) franchisee since the inception of the Indian Premier League (IPL) in 2008. He served as captain of the franchise from 2013 to 2011. He failed to lead the Bengaluru franchise to glory in his tenure as the captain during the tournament.

He has represented the Indian team in 113 Tests, 292 ODIs, and 117 T20Is, scoring 8848 runs, 13848 runs, and 4037 runs in three formats, respectively. He holds the record for most centuries (50) in ODI cricket. He has smashed 80 centuries behind Sachin Tendulkar (100) in his international cricket.

Kohli married Anushka Sharma on December 11, 2017, in Italy. The couple had their first child, Vamika Kohli, in January 2021. They welcomed their second child, Akaay Kohli, in February 2024. Anushka is frequently spotted at the stadium, supporting his husband in cricket matches.

Batting Statistics

M Inns Runs BF NO HS AVG S/R 100 50 4s 6s
113 191 8848 15924 11 254 49.15 55.56 29 30 991 26
292 280 13848 14797 44 183 58.67 93.58 50 72 1294 151
117 109 4037 2922 31 122 51.75 138.15 1 37 361 117
390 373 12702 9444 71 122 42.05 134.49 9 96 1133 408
326 313 15290 16333 47 183 57.48 93.61 54 80 1458 175
145 239 11097 19827 18 254 50.21 55.96 36 38 1304 41

Bowling Statistics

M Inns Runs OV WKTS AVG ECO BEST 5W
113 11 84 29.1 0 2.88 0
292 50 680 110.2 5 136 6.16 1/13 0
117 13 204 25.2 4 51 8.05 1/13 0
390 45 667 76.4 8 83.37 8.7 2/25 0
326 57 741 121 5 148.2 6.12 1/13 0
145 25 338 107.1 3 112.66 3.15 2/42 0

Other India Players

C
Rohit Sharma
bat

Rohit Sharma

Batter

Ravindra Jadeja
all

Ravindra Jadeja

All Rounder

Axar Patel
all

Axar Patel

All Rounder

Sanju Samson
wk

Sanju Samson

Wicket-Keeper

Hardik Pandya
all

Hardik Pandya

All Rounder

Kuldeep Yadav
bowl

Kuldeep Yadav

Bowler

Rishabh Pant
wk

Rishabh Pant

Wicket-Keeper

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