|Full name||:||Virat Kohli|
|Scorecard name||:||V Kohli|
|Major Team||:||India, Royal Challengers Bangalore|
|Date of Birth||:||05-November 1988|
|Birth place||:||Delhi, India|
|Batting style||:||Right Handed Batsman|
|Bowling style||:||Right-arm Off-break|
|Man of the Match Awards||:||ODI ( 1 )|
An attacking player with a cool head, Virat Kohli has already earned a reputation as a mature cricketer and is part of Indian International team.
He started with Delhi Team in first-class cricket. Kohli was Captain of Victorious Indian team in 2008 Under 19 World Cup .Virat Kohli is usually a middle order batsman, who can open batting as well. He can also bowl right arm medium pace.
Kohli made his first-class debut for Delhi in the 2006-07 Ranji Trophy and in January 2008 was named captain of the Indian U-19 squad for the 2008 World Cup. He contributed 235 runs and became the second Indian U-19 captain to bring home the World Cup as he led India’s unbeaten campaign in Malaysia.
He was included in India’s squad for the one-day series in Sri Lanka in August 2008 and the Champions Trophy to follow in Pakistan. Kohli was handed a debut in the opening match of the Sri Lanka series as a replacement for the injured Virender Sehwag.
In IPL he has been part of Royal Challengers Bangalore since IPL started. Batting at his favourite No. 4 position, he has a penchant for converting his fifties into big scores.
In the third season of the Indian Premier League he scored two half centuries. Interestingly he was the only player that Royal Challengers Bangalore retained, preferred over the likes of Rahul Dravid and Ross Taylor.
In the coming IPL season he is the most eligible player for Bangalore and everyone is hoping that he will show his talent once again on pitch again
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