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Biography of Babar Azam



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Biography of Babar Azam
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Personal Information

NameMohammad Babar Azam
BornOctober 15, 1994
Age28 Years
Current TeamsPakistan CricketPakistan Cricket
Height5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)
FamilyKamran Akmal (Cousin), Adnan Akmal (Cousin), Umar Akmal (Cousin)
RoleTop order batsman, Right-arm break Bowler, Right-handed Batsman
Birth PlaceLahore, Pakistan
Batting StyleRight-hand Bat
Bowling StyleRight arm offbreak
DebutMay 31, 2015
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Babar Azam – Along the Years

201016Made First Class Debut for Zarai Taraqiati Bank Limited
201218Appointed as the captain of the Pakistan Team in the U19 World Cup
201521Made his One Day International debut against Zimbabwe
201622Made Test debut in a Day/Night Test match
201723Reached 1000 ODI runs in 21 innings
201723Became PCB ODI Player of the Year
201824Suffered a fractured upper arm, and had to take a break from cricket
201925Appointed as the T20I Captain of the Pakistan Cricket Team
201925Picked in ICC Men’s ODI XI of the Year
202026Appointed Test & ODI captain
202127Appointed PSL franchise Karachi Kings skipper
202127Becomes No.1 Ranked ODI and T20I Batter
202127Won ICC Men’s ODI Cricketer of the Year 2021
202127Picked as captain in ICC Men’s ODI and T20I XI of the Year
202228Notches up the highest 4th innings score [196] for Pakistan in Test cricket
202228PCB’s ODI Cricketer of the Year 2021.
Babar Azam – Along the Years

Babar Azam Records

Player Babar Azam has made a huge impact in cricket through his performance and is a holder of several records at present, such as:

  1. He is the second-fastest Pakistani batsman to reach 1000 runs in ODI cricket (21 innings).
  2. He is the good Performer batsman in asia cup .
  3. He is also the fastest Pakistani batsman to reach 2000 runs in ODI cricket (45 innings). He holds the record jointly with Zaheer Abbas and Kevin Pietersen.
  4. Babar Azam is also the fastest Asian batsman to reach 3000 runs in ODI cricket (68 innings).
  5. He also holds the record to score the most runs in the first 25 innings of his career (1306 runs).
  6. Babar Azam is the only cricketer to score 5 consecutive centuries in a single country (United Arab Emirates).
  7. Babar is the fastest batsman to score 7 ODI centuries (33 innings).
  8. He is also the fastest batsman to reach 1000 runs in T20 Internationals (26 innings).
  9. Babar Azam has also scored the most runs for Pakistan in a single World Cup (474 runs in the 2019 World Cup).
  10. He has been the top ODI scorer for Pakistan in 2016, 2017, and 2019.
  11. Babar Azam has also been the top Test scorer for Pakistan in 2018 and 2019.
  12. Babar Azam is the fastest to score 13, 14, 15, 16, and 17 ODI hundreds.
  13. Babar is the record holder of the most runs scored by a Pakistani batter in the last innings of a Test- 196 vs Australia in Karachi 2022.

Cricketer Babar Azam Records

  1. Fastest captain to reach 1000 ODI runs (in 13 innings)
  2. The only batter to score 3 consecutive ODI centuries twice.
  3. 1st batter to rack up 9 consecutive scores of 50+ (across formats).
  4. Fastest to 2000 and 2500 T20I runs.
  5. Joint-fastest to 3000 T20I runs.
  6. One of the 3 captains, alongside T Dilshan and Faf du Plessis in the history of the game to score a 100 in all three formats.
  7. One of the 3 Pakistani batters to score a hundred in all three formats.
  8. Longest reigning No.1 ranked T20I batter.
  9. Most deliveries faced by a batter in the 4th innings of a Test- 425 v Australia in Karachi, 2022.
  10. First Pakistani cricketer to win the ODI Player of the Year Award.
  11. 2nd most ODI hundreds (17) for Pakistan.

Babar Azam Awards and Accolades

Babar Azam has been an extraordinary player in the recent past as far as Pakistani Cricket is concerned. He was nominated in the ICC World XI of 2017 and has also been the PCB Player of the Year twice in a row. In 2017, Babar was conferred the award by PCB for his performance in One Day internationals whereas, in 2018, he received the same award for his brilliant performance in T20 Internationals.

  1. Named in ICC ODI XI of the Year, 2019.
  2. Player of the Tournament in PSL 2020.
  3. PCB’s ‘Most Valuable Player of the Year 2020.
  4. Named ICC Men’s ODI Cricketer of the Year, 2021.
  5. Appointed Captain of ICC Men’s ODI and T20I Team of the Year 2021.
  6. Named captain of ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2021 Team of the Tournament.
  7. PCB’s ODI Cricketer of the Year 2021.


Babar Azam is a Pakistani cricketer who was born on October 15, 1994, in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. He is a top-order batsman who has gained worldwide recognition for his consistent performances in all formats of the game. Babar started playing cricket at a very young age and has now established himself as one of the best batsmen in the world. It will be interesting to go through the Biography of Babar Azam from a middle-class child to the captain of the Pakistan cricket team. Biography of Babar Azam by

Off the field

Babar Azam is known for his humble and soft-spoken nature. He is a devout Muslim and often shares pictures of himself performing religious rituals on social media. He is also a family man and is very close to his parents and siblings.

 Early Life of Babar Azam

Babar Azam was born into a family of cricketers. His uncle, Javed Miandad, is a former Pakistani cricketer who is regarded as one of the greatest batsmen in the country’s history. Babar grew up watching his uncle play and was inspired to become a cricketer himself. He started playing cricket at the age of five and was soon recognized as a prodigious talent. He enjoys a huge fan army not only in Pakistan but all over the world.

Early Career

He was part of the Lahore Under-15s team when he was just 13 years old. In 2010, he was selected for the Pakistan Under-19 team for the first time. Babar made his first-class debut for Zarai Taraqiati Bank Limited in 2011 and scored 56 runs in his first innings. He continued to impress in domestic cricket and was eventually called up to the Pakistan senior team in 2015.

Babar Azam early in U-15 and U19 WC
in Right side Babar Azam Showing Bat

Babar Azam early in U-15 and U19 WC

International Career

Babar Azam made his international debut in a T20 match against England in 2015. He scored just 7 runs in his first match but showed glimpses of his talent with some elegant strokes. He was added to test and ODI squads after an excellent performance in the t20 format. Biography of Babar Azam by

Babar made his ODI debut against Zimbabwe in 2015 and scored an impressive 54 in his first innings. He soon became a regular member of the team and established himself as a top-order batsman. He scored his first ODI century against the West Indies in 2016 and followed it up with two more centuries in the same series. In 2018, Babar made his Test debut against the West Indies and scored a half-century in his first innings.

 He has since become a mainstay of the Pakistan Test team and has scored centuries against Australia, New Zealand, and England. Babar’s rise to the top of the cricketing world has been nothing short of meteoric.

Playing Style

People compare Babar Azam to the likes of Virat Kohli and Joe Root for his elegant stroke play,” using the active voice. He is equally adept at playing both spin and pace and is capable of playing both attacking and defensive strokes. Player Babar is also an excellent fielder and has taken some spectacular catches in the field.

Babar Azam Achievements

Babar won the ICC ODI Player of the Year award in 2021 and 2022. On various times he has been ranked as the world’s number-one ODI batsman. He has also been named the Pakistan Cricket Board’s Player of the Year on three occasions. Additionally, he is currently the no.1 ODI batsman no.3 t20, and no.5 test batsman.

Babar with ICC Winning trophies

Babar with ICC trophies


Babar Azam is undoubtedly one of the finest batsmen of his generation. He has already achieved a lot in his short career and is expected to achieve even more in the years to come. His dedication to the sport and his humble nature has made him a role model for young cricketers around the world to learn more about Babar Azam, check Wikipedia


Ahmed Baig lifts Rashid D Habib Memorial Golf 2024 Title



Memorial Golf

LAHORE – Ahmed Baig, hailing from La­hore, clinched the prestigious title in the 13th Rashid D Habib Memorial National Professional Golf Tournament 2024, which concluded at Karachi Golf Club (KGC) on Sunday.

The 13th Rashid D. Habib Memorial National Professional Golf Tournament 2024 concluded on Sunday at the Karachi Golf Club (KGC), where Ahmed Baig from Lahore emerged as the new title holder after a remarkable performance throughout the tournament.

The junior professional cat­egory saw Muhammad Sahil and Umar Shahzad clinching the first and second positions, respectively. A notable highlight of the tournament was Zubair Hussain from PAF achieving a remarkable hole-in-one on the second day, earning him acclaim and a brand-new Toyota Corolla car. Another car for the hole-in-one winner in the Local KGC Cat­egory remained unclaimed and Other Sports here

Ahmed Baig gross score of 275

Ahmed Baig, who led the tournament from day one, demonstrated exceptional skill, firing a gross score of 275, finishing under 13 and securing the coveted trophy. Muhammad Zubair from KGC claimed the runner-up position in this category with an impressive six under par.

The tournament also featured a two-day match for local KGC Professionals, Senior Profes­sionals, and KGC Caddies, held on January 16 and 17. In the caddies category, Shahid Malik claimed the trophy for 2024, with M Javed and Kamran Za­hoor as runners-up. Ashiq Naz led the KGC Senior Professional Category with six over par, and M Iqbal finished second. In the KGC Professionals category, M Nawaz grabbed the trophy with Ali Sher as the runner-up. 

Top professionals, including M Shabbir, Ahmed Baig, M Mu­nir, and Minhaj Maqsood Wara­ich, received an appearance fee of PKR 100,000 each. Addition­ally, PKR 150,000 was equally distributed among the top se­nior professionals, including Muhammad Tariq, Nisar Hus­sain, and Muhammad Akram. 

Chief Guest Chief of Naval Staff Admiral Naveed Ashraf NI(M), T Bt, and Bank Al Habib’s Chair­man, Abbas D Habib, distributed prizes amongst the winners. Ad­miral Naveed Ashraf commend­ed the efforts of Bank AL Habib and KGC in hosting this popular golf event, expressing apprecia­tion for the delightful weather in Karachi for golf.

In the senior professionals category, NisarHussain claimed the trophy, with Muhammad Siddique and Muhammad Tariq securing the runner-up positions Daily Times.

Muhammad Sahil and Umar Shahzad clinched the first and second positions, respectively, in the junior professional category.

A highlight of the tournament was ZubairHussain from PAF achieving a remarkable Hole-In-One on the second day. Using a 5 Iron on the Red Course’s 7th Hole, a Par 3 at KGC with a distance of 210 Yards, Zubair’s skillful shot earned him acclaim and a brand-new Toyota Corolla car. Another car for the hole-in-one winner in the Local KGC Category remained unclaimed.

The 23rd edition of Rashid D. Habib Memorial Golf Tournament featured a two-day match for local KGC Professionals, Senior Professionals, and KGC Caddies, held on January 16th and 17th, 2024. In the Caddies category, Shahid Malik scored 154, 10 over par, to claim the trophy for 2024. M. Javed and Kamran Zahoor were the runner-ups with 157, 13 over par. AshiqNaz led the KGC Senior Professional Category with six over par, and M. Iqbal secured the second position.

In the KGC Professionals category, M. Nawaz grabbed the trophy with Ali Sher as the runner-up. Top professionals, including Muhammad Shabbir, Ahmed Baig, Muhammad Munir, and MinhajMaqsoodWaraich, received an appearance fee of PKR 100,000 each. Additionally, PKR 150,000 was equally distributed among the top senior professionals, including Muhammad Tariq, NisarHussain, and Muhammad Akram.—PR

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Pakistan beat New Zealand by 42 runs in T20I series



T20I series

CHRISTCHURCH – Exceptional bowling by Iftikhar Ahmed led Pakistan to a 42-run win over New Zealand in the last game of the five-match T20I series on Sunday.

Pakistan posted 134-8 in 20 overs while batting first in Hagley Oval, Christchurch. In return, New Zealand were bundled out for a paltry 92 as the visitors defended a low total to avoid a series whitewash.


Fakhar ZamanPAK71.9133(16)45.2271.910
Tim SoutheeNZ63.964(6)3.852.442/192.8661.53
Mohammad NawazPAK55.61(4)– 2.14– 5.422/182.5461.02
Mohammad RizwanPAK49.5338(38)42.0849.530
Ish SodhiNZ48.471(3)0.5602/222.4848.46
Abbas AfridiPAK40.7114(6)21.5436.880/43.83
Zaman KhanPAK39.0601/41.7939.06
Lockie FergusonNZ33.340(1)– 0.012/241.7333.36
Sahibzada FarhanPAK32.2219(14)23.332.220
Iftikhar AhmedPAK29.995(8)1.91– 2.563/241.9232.56
Usama MirPAK29.341(1)0.940.711/211.0728.63
Matt HenryNZ28.881(3)– 0.47– 1.962/302.2430.84
Finn AllenNZ27.4122(19)25.2127.410
Glenn PhillipsNZ23.0826(22)25.8923.080
Will YoungNZ13.2912(11)13.2813.290
Shaheen Shah AfridiPAK10.851(6)– 4.27– 8.712/201.2819.56
Tim SeifertNZ4.1719(30)14.394.170
Mitchell SantnerNZ0.284(4)4.484.860/30– 4.58
Rachin RavindraNZ-0.481(2)0.57– 0.480
Mark ChapmanNZ-1.861(3)0.03– 1.860
Haseebullah KhanPAK-5.340(3)– 2.56– 5.340
Babar AzamPAK-6.2513(24)4.86– 6.250
5th T20I series

Tim Southee struck in the first over to remove debutant Haseebullah for a duck.

The seasoned duo of Mohammad Rizwan and Babar Azam put up a 53-run second-wicket stand to bring some stability to the innings after the early setback.

Ish Sodhi brought an end to the partnership in the 10th over as Babar (13, 24b, 1×4) was caught by Glenn Phillips at deep midwicket.

Fakhar Zaman hit a quick-fire 33 from 16 in this T20I series, including a boundary and four sixes, to get the scoreboard moving for his team. Southee got his second wicket when Fakhar mistimed a shot to Lockie Ferguson at long-off.

Mohammad Nawaz fell to Sodhi for just one run on the last ball of the 14th over. On the subsequent ball, Rizwan was caught by Rachin Ravindra on Matt Henry’s bowling after scoring a run-a-ball 38, including four boundaries.

Ferguson and Henry dismissed Iftikhar Ahmed and Shaheen respectively to bring Pakistan to 114-7 in 18.2 overs.

Sahibzada Farhan, the seventh batter in, contributed 19 from 14, including a six and four, before getting out to Ferguson in the last over of the innings. Abbas Afridi also chipped in with an unbeaten 14 from six, including two maximums.

Southee, Ferguson, Sodhi and Henry all accounted for two scalps each as Pakistan were restricted to 134-8 in 20 overs.

Defending a low total, Nawaz aided Pakistan by removing Ravindra for just a run in the second over of the innings. Finn Allen (22, 19b, 3x4s, 16) was the next batter to walk back to the pavilion, as he was caught by Haseebullah off Zaman Khan’s bowling.

Will Young hit 12 from 11, including two fours, before Iftikhar Ahmed caught him at the deep square as Nawaz got his second wicket of the day.

Shortly after, Mark Chapman was run out to bring New Zealand down to 54-4 in the 11th over.

Iftikhar trapped Tim Seifert (19, 30b) leg-before while captain Mitchell Santner fell to leg-spinner Usama Mir for a run-a-ball four.

Trouble deepened for the home side as both Sodhi and Henry fell victim to Iftikhar, for a run each.

Phillips’ (26, 22b, 1×4, 1×6) fighting effort went in vain as skipper Shaheen cleaned up the last two wickets to bowl out New Zealand for 92 in 17.2 overs.

Iftikhar was the pick of the bowlers for the visitors, returning with three wickets for 24 runs in his four overs, and was adjudged player of the match. Shaheen and Nawaz grabbed two wickets while Zaman and Usama removed a batter each. Follow for more

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Virat Kohli Biography: The Unstoppable Cricket Legend



Biography of virat kohli


Virat Kohli Biography, the name synonymous with modern-day cricket, is an Indian cricketer who has taken the sport by storm. From his early years to becoming one of the most successful and influential players in the world, Kohli’s journey is nothing short of inspirational. In this blog post, we will explore the life and achievements of this cricket legend, highlighting his records and contributions to the game.

Birth and Early Life;

Virat Kohli was born on 5 November,1988 in Delhi. His father Prem Kohli was a criminal lawyer whereas his mother Saroj Kohli was a housewife. Kohli has two siblings, an older sister named Bhawna Kohli Dhingra ( a part of Kohli’s fashion label One 8 Select) and an older brother Vikas Kohli (a business person). Virat started his education at Vishal Bharti public school and he remained attached to this institute till he passed his grade 9th. After that, he moved to Savior Convent School, Delhi, and there he passed his 12th then he gave up his studies.

Born5 November 1988
NicknameCheeku, King Kohli
Height5 ft 9 in
BowlingRight-arm Medium
RoleTop-Order Batter
Relation/ WifeAnushka Sharma (Mrs. Virat)
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Domestic Career;

By playing Ranji Trophy, Virat made his debut in 2006. In the debut inning, he made 208 runs. He is the most prolific batsman in Ranji’s history as he scored over 7,000 runs at an average of over 50. Virat represented Delhi in the Duleep Trophy , Irani Trophy, and Vijay Hazare Trophy . He played a major role in winning several trophies for the Delhi team. He is a technically sound batsman and capable of scoring runs on any surface. In 2008, Virat was signed by Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) in the Indian Premier League. (IPL). He has been a member of the team. He made 6000 in 2 seasons of IPL.

U19 Career:

in 2006, Virat Kohli made his under-19 debut for Indian cricket at that time he was just 17 years old. in 2008 Kohli became the captain of the Indian under – -19 team to victory in the ICC under- 19 world cup. he was Born 5 November 1988 Nickname Cheeku, King Kohli Height 5 ft 9 in Batting Right-Handed Bowling Right-arm Medium Role Top-Order Batter Relation Anushka Sharma (Mrs. Virat) leading run scorer in the tournament with 235 runs at an average of 47.00 .

In the final , he scored 100 runs against South Africa. he was selected for the Indian senior cricket team on the basis of his under-19 World Cup performance , later that year. In 2008 , Virat was named ICC under-19 player of the year. kohli’s under-19 career plays a vital role in his development as a batsman and it teaches him how to shine in challenging situations too.

International Career:

In 2010 , Virat made his international T20 debut for India. He scored 4008 runs in 115 matches at an average of 50.57 . He has also scored 117 sixes and 356 fours and proved himself a mature batsman. In 2012, he played his T20 career’s best inning against Sri Lanka , he scored 133 runs off 52 balls. It is considered to be one of the greatest T20 innings.

Virat debuted in 2011 and he was the top batsman in that format. He made 254 runs against South Africa in the year 2019. He made 8676 runs.

He made his debut in 2009 at the age of 19.

By the end of 2008, he signed a grade D contract with the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). he has also had to deal with injuries but he bounced back even more strongly . In 2009 he rejoined the team after recovering from a shoulder injury and in the same year he strengthened his team as a middle-order batsman in the ICC Champions Trophy. In the Home ODI series against Sri Lanka, he made his maiden century at Kolkata stadium.

He made 107 off 114 balls. In January 2010 in the Tri-Nation ODI tournament in Bangladesh, Virat made his second century and became 3rd Indian player to score two ODI centuries before the age of 22. He started to be considered a classy batsman in Indian cricket after Sachin Tendulkar worldwide. In 2010 he was promoted in Indian cricket as vice captain. In just 26 innings in ODI cricket, he completed his first 1,000 runs. Kohli’s international career has not been without its challenges.

He has gone through periods of poor form. During the 2010 Asia Cup, his struggles with form started as at an average of 16.75 he scored 67 runs. His poor average of 15 is also reflected in his tri-series against Sri Lanka and New Zealand. However, he managed to deal with challenging situations . On the basis of his performance, he was at number 2 in the ICC Ranking for Men’s ODI batters and was selected in India’s 15-man squad for the World Cup.

In the first match of the World Cup, he scored an unbeaten 100 against Bangladesh and became the first Indian batsman to score a century on World Cup debut. In 2014 after the retirement of MS Dhoni from Test cricket Virat was made captain of Indian cricket and in 2017 became captain of ODI team too. It was the peak time of his career and also the peak of glory for Indian cricket.

Career Statistics

Run Scored8,67613,0 274,0087,263
Batting Average49.2957.3852.7337.25
Top Score254*183122*113
Balls Bowled175641152251
Best Bowling1/151/132/25
Bowling Average166.2551.0092.0
Career Statistics


virat married Bollywood actress Anushka Sharma in Italy in 2017. This couple has one daughter , Vamika , who was born in January 2021. Virat and Anushka are one of the most popular couples in India. This couple keeps their marriage life private however in a 2020 interview , Virat said we both are happy with our married life and enjoying every single moment of it . Sharma has said that she is “proud” of her husband and that he is a “great father”.

Virat’ Bowling:

He is also an occasional bowler. He bowls right-arm medium pace and has taken 26 wickets in 68 international matches. His best bowling figures are 4 for 28 which he took against Sri Lanka in 2014. In recent years, Virat has bowled less frequently, but he has still been able to take wickets. In the 2022 Asia Cup, he took 2 wickets in 3 matches.

King Kohli’s batting style:

His batting style is the biggest reason for his success. Virat’s batting stance is relatively orthodox, with his feet shoulder-width apart and his bat held high in front of him. His ability to play all around the wicket and his timing are his strengths. He can comfortably play the ball on the front foot or the back foot. It is often said that his playing style is similar to Babar Azam.

Virat’s Net Worth:

Virat’s net worth is estimated to be INR 1050 crores (126$ million US) as of 2023. his annual income from cricket alone is estimated to be around 240 INR crores ($30 million US). he also earns money from brand endorsements. he is the brand ambassador for several brands including, MRF Tyres , TAG Heuer, Puma, and Pepsi. he charged around 8 INR crore ($1 million US) per Instagram post. He also runs several businesses such as the “Wrong” brand, a fitness chain called Chisel, and a restaurant chain called The Only Place.

Achievements and Records:

won 2008 U-19 World Cup
ODI Debut against Sri Lanka (2008)
Joined RCB (2008)
T20 Debut against Zimbabwe (2010)
Won ICC World Cup (2011)
Test Debut against West Indies (2011)
Vice-captain of Indian ODI team (2012)
No 1 batsman in ODI rankings (2013)
Appointed Test Captain (2014)
played in ICC world cup (2015)
ICC cricketer of the year (2017)
Appointed as the ODI captain (2017)
Became the fastest ODI batter to achieve 10,000 ODI runs (2018)
Captained India to Semi-final of the world cup (2019)
completed 100 Test matches for India (2022)
Scored his first T20 international Century (2022)


Virat is the only Indian batsman who got 890 rating points in the ICC ODI ranking.
Kohli has the record of having the highest ICC rating points (922) in the ICC player Ranking for Test Batsman.
Kohli scored “six” double centuries as a captain in Test matches.
Kohli has the most 150+ scores as a Captain.
Kohli becomes the first Indian cricketer to score 10,000+ runs in T20
Kohli is the most successful indian ODI captain. Kohli’s success rate is 75.89% as a captain.

Rise through the Ranks

Kohli’s meteoric rise began when he captained the victorious Indian team in the 2008 Under-19 Cricket World Cup. His remarkable leadership skills and exceptional batting prowess marked him as a future star in the making.

International Debut and Early Career

Virat Kohli made his international debut in August 2008, during an ODI match against Sri Lanka. Although he had a slow start, he quickly adapted to the international stage, showcasing his batting skills and remarkable consistency.

Captaincy and Transformation

Kohli’s captaincy tenure began in 2017 when he took over the reins of the Indian cricket team in all three formats. Under his leadership, the team witnessed a significant transformation, achieving remarkable success and reaching new heights.

Kohli’s Batting Style and Technique

Known for his aggressive and flamboyant batting style, Virat Kohli combines power with precision, making him a formidable force in all formats of the game. His textbook technique, coupled with exceptional footwork, allows him to dominate bowling attacks with ease.

Personal Life and Philanthropy

Beyond the cricket field, Virat Kohli leads a balanced personal life. He tied the knot with Bollywood actress Anushka Sharma in 2017, and the couple welcomed their daughter, Vamika, in 2021. Kohli is also actively involved in philanthropic endeavors, supporting various charitable causes.

Virat Kohli’s Records and Achievements

Test Match Records

Most double centuries as captain7
Fastest player to reach 10,000 runs205 innings
Highest individual score as Indian captain254
Virat Kohli test cricket international records

One-Day International (ODI) Records

Most hundreds against one team10 VS Sri
Fastest to 12000 runs242 innings
Most Player of the Series award10
Fastest to reach 8000 runs175 innings
Virat Kohli ODi international records

Twenty20 International (T20I) Records

Fastest player to reach 4,000 T20I runs107 innings
Most 50+ scores38 (1+37)
Most fifties in T20I cricket37
Most runs in the career4008
Virat Kohli’s T20 international records


Virat Kohli is the most successful player in the cricket world and has a worldwide fan following. He is known for his aggressive style of play and ability to perform in challenging situations too. he is also known for his commitment to excellence and dedication to fitness. He is a true inspiration for generations.

Virat Kohli’s journey from a young boy with big dreams to a cricketing sensation has been awe-inspiring. His records and achievements have etched his name in the annals of cricket history. As he continues to dominate the sport, Kohli serves as an inspiration to aspiring cricketers worldwide. With his unwavering passion, exceptional talent, and unmatched dedication, Virat Kohli will forever remain a legend in the world of cricket.

In this blog post, we have covered the various aspects of Virat Kohli’s life, from his early days to his outstanding records and achievements. As his career progresses, fans around the world eagerly anticipate witnessing more milestones being conquered by this extraordinary cricketer.

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