Before ICC World Cup 2019 the Profile of King Kohli

World Cup Player Profile: Captain Virat Kohli will be the biggest force of the Indian cricket team for the Cricket World Cup to be held in England. 30-year-old Virat Kohli is the world's number one batsman in current ICC Test and ODI rankings.

Before ICC World Cup 2019 the Profile of King Kohli
Before ICC World Cup 2019 the Profile of King Kohli

Captain Virat Kohli will be the biggest force of the Indian cricket team for the Cricket World Cup to be held in England. 30-year-old Virat Kohli is the world’s number one batsman in current ICC Test and ODI rankings. Born on November 5, 1988, Virat Kohli is currently captaining the Indian cricket team in the three formats of cricket (Test One Day and T-20). Kohli is a top-order batsman and is considered one of the best batsmen in the world.

Virat Kohli Profile before World Cup 2019

Age 30 years
Playing Role Top Order Batsman
Batting Right-handed batsman
Bowling Medium-arm medium pace bowler

 

Performance in Overall ODI

Virat Kohli has so far scored 10843 runs in India’s 227 ODIs at an average of 59.58, which includes 41 centuries and 49 fifties. During this period, his best score was 183 runs. Kohli has 4 wickets in ODIs and his best performance is 1 wicket by 15 runs.

World Cup

Virat Kohli has played two World Cups before this. This will be Kohli’s third World Cup played in 2011 and 2015 Cricket World Cup, as captain, he will play his first World Cup. For India, this captain and batsman can play a very important role in the World Cup 2019.

Cricket Tournament

Kohli made India champion in the Under-19 World Cup in Malaysia in 2008. On this spectacular show, Kohli played his first international match for Team India against Sri Lanka on August 18, 2008. Virat was selected in the 2011 World Cup team and he scored a hundred against Bangladesh in his very first World Cup match.

After this Kohli never looked back and looked back. He is the captain of the Royal Challengers Bangalore in the Indian Premier League (IPL). After resigning from Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s captaincy in January 2017, he took charge of India’s full time captain in all three formats.