Virat Kohli

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  • 1. VIRAT KOHLI A YOUTH ICON …..
  • 2. PERSONAL LIFE Virat Kohli was born on 5 November 1988 Delhi to Prem and Saroj Kohli.  He has an elder brother, Vikash, and elder sister, Bhavna.  Kohli attended school at Vishal Bharti and Savier Convent.  His father, Prem, worked as a lawyer and died in December 2006.  Little is known of Kohli's personal life.  ….
  • 3. EARLY CAREER….. The West Delhi Cricket Academy was created in 1998 and Kohli was part of its first intake.  Kohli first came into the spotlight when he played for Delhi in a Ranji Trophy match against Karnataka on the day of his father's death.  Choosing to stay and bat, he went on to score 90 runs.  That is an act of great commitment to the team and his innings turned out to be crucial". 
  • 4. INTERNATIONAL CAREER …  Kohli made his One Day International (ODI) debut in 2008 and was part of the Indian team which won the 2011 World Cup .  Despite being a regular in the ODI side, Kohli only played his first Test in 2011 against West Indies in Kingston.  But on the disastrous 2011/12 India tour of Australia, in which India's senior batsmen struggled throughout, Kohli stood out, scoring his first Test hundred in Adelaide.  In the absence of the injured Yuvraj, Kohli got a chance to play in the 4th ODI when Sri Lanka toured India in December 2009.  He scored his first ODI century, milking singles with Gautam Gambhir with whom he shared a 224-run partnership for the third wicket as India won by seven wickets to seal the series 3–1.
  • 5. IPL CAREER ( 2008 SEASON) Kohli played for Royal Challengers Bangalore at the 2008 Indian Premier League .  He was bought for $30,000 before the first season in scored 165 runs in 13 innings at an average of 15 and took 2 wickets with his bowls.  He scored a total of four 6's and an 18 4's in that season.  His highest score was 38.He had an average 15.00…. 
  • 6. (CONTD.) IPL CAREER ( 2009 SEASON ) He scored 246 runs in 16 innings with an average of 22.36 and took 9 catches and effected 2 run outs.  He scored a total of eight 6's and twenty-two 4's .His highest score was a 50 
  • 7. IPL CAREER ( 2010 SEASON ) In the third season, he scored 307 runs, including two half centuries, in 16 innings at an average of 27.90.  In the fourth season of the IPL, he was the only player that Royal Challengers Bangalore retained, preferred over the likes of Rahul Dravid, Jacques Kallis and Ross Taylor.  His highest score was 58.He scored a total of twenty-six 4's and 12 6's. 
  • 8. IPL CAREER ( 2O11 SEASON ) He scored 557 runs with an average of 46.61.  He took two wickets that season. His highest score was 71.  He scored a total of 55 4's and 16 6's.  He had 4 half centuries that season.  He was top run scorer behind Chris Gayle . 
  • 9. IPL CAREER (2012 SEASON ) The 2012 Indian Premier League followed in April and May and Kohli scored 364 runs fron 16 matches, with two half-centuries.  He scored 33 4's and 10 6's.  His highest score was 73 not out.  His average was 28.00 
  • 10. IPL CAREER ( 2013 SEASON ) He was named the captain of the Royal Challengers Bangalore team for the sixth season.  He led his team to fifth position in the league table.  He scored 634 runs at an average of 45.28. He hit sixty-four 4's and 22 6's. 
  • 11. RECORDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS… Fastest Century (in 52 balls) in ODI's against Australia in Jaipur on 16 October 2013  Fastest Indian cricketer to reach 1000 runs in ODIs  Fastest Indian cricketer to reach 3000 runs in ODIs[  Fastest Indian cricketer to reach 4000 runs in ODIs.  Fastest cricketer to reach 10 centuries in ODIs.  Fastest cricketer to reach 15 centuries in ODIs.  Most ODI runs by an Indian cricketer in 2010[82] 
  • 12. CONTD.) ( Most ODI runs by an Indian cricketer in 2011  Most ODI runs by an Indian cricketer in 2012  Most ODI runs in the calendar year 2011  Most Test runs by an Indian cricketer in 2012  Most ODI centuries in 2010 by an Indian cricketer  Most ODI centuries in 2011 by an Indian cricketer  Most ODI centuries in 2012  Highest score (183) by any batsman in ODIs against Pakistan. 
  • 13. AWARDS….  Test Match Awards ( man of the match awards)  Odi Awards ( man of the match award)
  • 14. THANK U !