Virat Kohli records | wife | height | DOB

Virat Kohli records | wife | height | DOB

Virat Kohli is an Indian cricketer and the current captain of the national team

Personal Details :

DOB : Nov 05, 1988

Birth Place : Delhi

Height : 5 ft 9 in (175 cm)

ICC Rankings(Bating)

Test – 5

ODI – 1

T20 – 1

His passion for cricket has made him one of the best batsmen in the world. Kohli is not only best cricket player, but also a good human being with a kind and tender heart. This is the reason people like and love him much. Even there are lots of followers of Kohli, on social media. He has finished 2017 with a staggering 2818 international runs across international formats.

He is still bachelor, but he has a beautiful girlfriend, Bollywood superstar Anushka Sharma, and it is expected to get married this December – says  reports.

Kohli surpassed Brian Lara to set the record for most double centuries scored by a Test captain on the second day of the third and final Test against Sri Lanka in Delhi on Sunday, 3 December.

*Virat Kohli’s Records List (Source-wiki) :

Test cricket centuries

Test centuries scored by Virat Kohli[20]
No. Score Against Pos. Inn. Test Venue H/A/N Date Result Ref
1 116  Australia 6 2 4/4 Adelaide OvalAdelaide Away 24 January 2012 Lost [21]
2 103   New Zealand 5 2 2/2 M. Chinnaswamy StadiumBangalore Home 31 August 2012 Won [22]
3 103  England 5 2 4/4 Vidarbha Cricket Association StadiumNagpur Home 13 December 2012 Drawn [23]
4 107  Australia 5 2 2/4 M. A. Chidambaram StadiumChennai Home 22 February 2013 Won [24]
5 119   South Africa 4 1 1/2 Wanderers StadiumJohannesburg Away 18 December 2013 Drawn [25]
6 105*  New Zealand 4 4 2/2 Basin ReserveWellington Away 14 February 2014 Drawn [26]
7 115   Australia 4 2 1/4 Adelaide OvalAdelaide Away 9 December 2014 Lost [27]
8 141   Australia 4 4 1/4 Adelaide OvalAdelaide Away 9 December 2014 Lost [27]
9 169  Australia 4 2 3/4 Melbourne Cricket GroundMelbourne Away 26 December 2014 Drawn [28]
10 147   Australia 4 2 4/4 Sydney Cricket GroundSydney Away 6 January 2015 Drawn [29]
11 103   Sri Lanka 4 2 1/3 Galle International StadiumGalle Away 12 August 2015 Lost [30]
12 200   West Indies 4 1 1/4 Sir Vivian Richards StadiumAntigua Away 21 July 2016 Won [31]
13 211   New Zealand 4 1 3/3 Holkar StadiumIndore Home 8 October 2016 Won [32]
14 167    England 4 1 2/5 ACA-VDCA Cricket StadiumVisakhapatnam Home 17 November 2016 Won [33]
15 235    England 4 2 4/5 Wankhede StadiumMumbai Home 8 December 2016 Won [34]
16 204    Bangladesh 4 1 1/1 Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket StadiumHyderabad Home 9 February 2017 Won [35]
17 103*   Sri Lanka 4 3 1/3 Galle International StadiumGalle Away 29 July 2017 Won [36]
18 104*   Sri Lanka 4 3 1/3 Eden GardensKolkata Home 20 November 2017 Drawn [37]
19 213    Sri Lanka 4 2 2/3 Vidarbha Cricket Association StadiumNagpur Home 24 November 2017 Won [38]
20 243   Sri Lanka 4 1 3/3 Feroz Shah Kotla GroundDelhi Home 2 December 2017 TBD [39]

ODI cricket centuries

ODI centuries scored by Virat Kohli[40]
No. Score Against Pos. Inn. S/R Venue H/A/N Date Result Ref
1 107  Sri Lanka 4 2 93.85 Eden GardensKolkata Home 24 December 2009 Won [41]
2 102*   Bangladesh 3 2 107.36 Shere Bangla National StadiumDhaka Away 11 January 2010 Won [42]
3 118   Australia 3 2 97.52 APCA-VDCA StadiumVisakhapatnam Home 20 October 2010 Won [43]
4 105   New Zealand 3 1 100.96 Nehru StadiumGuwahati Home 28 November 2010 Won [44]
5 100*  Bangladesh 4 1 120.48 Shere Bangla National StadiumDhaka Away 19 February 2011 Won [45]
6 107  England 4 1 115.05 Sophia GardensCardiff Away 16 September 2011 Lost (D/L) [46]
7 112*   England 4 2 114.28 Feroz Shah Kotla GroundDelhi Home 17 October 2011 Won [47]
8 117   West Indies 4 2 95.12 APCA-VDCA StadiumVisakhapatnam Home 2 December 2011 Won [48]
9 133*   Sri Lanka 4 2 154.65 Bellerive OvalHobart Neutral 28 February 2012 Won [49]
10 108   Sri Lanka 3 1 90.00 Shere Bangla National StadiumDhaka Neutral 13 March 2012 Won [50]
11 183   Pakistan 3 2 123.64 Shere Bangla National StadiumDhaka Neutral 18 March 2012 Won [51]
12 106   Sri Lanka 3 1 93.80 MRIC StadiumHambantota Away 21 July 2012 Won [52]
13 128*   Sri Lanka 3 2 107.56 R. Premadasa StadiumColombo Away 31 July 2012 Won [53]
14 102    West Indies 3 1 122.89 Queen’s Park OvalPort of Spain Away 5 July 2013 Won [54]
15 115    Zimbabwe 3 2 106.48 Harare Sports ClubHarare Away 24 July 2013 Won [55]
16 100*  Australia 3 2 192.30 Sawai Mansingh StadiumJaipur Home 16 October 2013 Won [56]
17 115*   Australia 3 2 174.24 VCA StadiumNagpur Home 30 October 2013 Won [57]
18 123  New Zealand 3 2 110.81 McLean ParkNapier Away 19 January 2014 Lost [58]
19 136    Bangladesh 3 2 111.47 Khan Shaheb Osman Ali StadiumFatullah Away 26 February 2014 Won [59]
20 127   West Indies 3 1 111.40 HPCA StadiumDharamshala Home 17 October 2014 Won [60]
21 139*   Sri Lanka 4 2 110.31 JSCA International StadiumRanchi Home 16 November 2014 Won [61]
22 107   Pakistan 3 1 84.90 Adelaide OvalAdelaide Neutral 15 February 2015 Won [62]
23 138   South Africa 3 1 98.57 M. A. Chidambaram StadiumChennai Home 22 October 2015 Won [63]
24 117  Australia 3 1 100.00 Melbourne Cricket GroundMelbourne Away 17 January 2016 Lost [64]
25 106  Australia 3 2 115.21 Manuka OvalCanberra Away 20 January 2016 Lost [65]
26 154*   New Zealand 3 2 114.92 Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra StadiumMohali Home 23 October 2016 Won [66]
27 122   England 3 2 116.19 Maharashtra Cricket Association StadiumPune Home 15 January 2017 Won [67]
28 111*    West Indies 3 2 96.52 Sabina ParkKingston Away 6 July 2017 Won [68]
29 131    Sri Lanka 3 1 136.45 R. Premadasa StadiumColombo Away 31 August 2017 Won [69]
30 110*   Sri Lanka 3 2 94.82 R. Premadasa StadiumColombo Away 3 September 2017 Won [70]
31 121   New Zealand 3 1 96.80 Wankhede StadiumMumbai Home 22 October 2017 Lost [71]
32 113   New Zealand 3 1 106.60 Green Park StadiumKanpur Home 29 October 2017 Won [72]

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