Virat Kohli: Touted as the modern-day great, Virat Kohli has always been a flamboyant personality. Kohli’s ascent to the top has been nothing short of phenomenal and a story to reiterate for ages probably. Virat’s journey perfectly epitomizes that “Hardwork is the key to success”. He remains to date the only player in the history of the Indian Premier League (IPL) to play for a solitary franchise- Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB). It was 2008 when Virat scripted a win for the under-19 team India in the World Cup and alarmed everyone with his baby steps to the biggest arena. With the potential and talent, this young kid possessed when he first broke into the IPL, RCB was compelled to make him an integral part of the team. Since then Virat Kohli has sprung into a modern-day master across formats.
Talking about his IPL career, he has a lot to boast about as an individual player but has been devoid of the trophy till now. It was the season of 2016 when the Indian and the RCB captain gleaned the most number of runs in his IPL career. Riding on the back of his performances the entire season, RCB managed to qualify for the finals but couldn’t get past Warner’s Sunrisers Hyderabad. Virat has to date scored 5 centuries in IPL out of which 4 alone came in the 2016 season.
Batting Career Summary
Bowling Career Summary