Biggest loss for Virat Kohli the Indian Skipper - YP Buzz

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                        An emotional note was written by the Indian cricket team captain Virat Kohli in memory of his late father, on the event of Father's Day. Everyone knows the bond between Virat and his father. All should be thankful for the moment that everyone has their parents. In any situation, you have to move forward with your plans because your father is always watching you, whether they are physically present or not. Happy Father's Day expressed the Indian skipper. Virat always says that his father had a clear view that he has to study along with playing cricket and doing other activities.  

                
Indian Skipper Virat Kohli 

His father was sick of Cardiac arrest. He passed away in 2006. Instead of attending the funeral, Kohli went on the ground to achieve his goal and play the Ranji Trophy match which was against Karnataka the next ay. The dedication level of king Kohli about his passion is powerful. Instead of getting emotional on his father's death, he kept practicing the game. This is always the best example of dedication level. On the other hand, during an Instagram live chat with the Indian Football Captain Sunil Chhetri, Virat gave all credit to his father for showing him the right direction.

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Someone told my father that I had the spirit to get selected, but a little more was needed to ensure my selection informed Virat the Indian skipper to Sunil Chhetri. Mr. Prem Kohli was an honest genuine and middle-class man who aspired to be a lawyer but conditions surrounded by forcing him to give up. Virat also said that when his carrier was not going well and he was facing many problems, he was very depressed at that time. Then he just glanced through himself and didn't see him play for the country at such a condition. If you are not fully prepared and your mind is not working properly then you can not reflect yourself on the ground. From the next day onwards, he scheduled his proper and healthy diet, didn't even eat a bite of fast food or unhealthy food, and went to the gym regularly. In a month he reduces around 7 kg weight. His results got reflected on the ground also he felt quicker, faster, his concentration level increased. Virat always said one thing to his fans and all the people that believe in yourself and you can do whatever you want to achieve. 
              
Virat Kohli With His Better Half
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 The first time Kohli captained India was Under-19 World Cup in Malaysia. After a few days, he made his ODI debut for India when he was 19. In starting days he did not get much chance to play, after few games, he established himself as a consistent player in the middle order of the Indian team and became a part of the squad that won the 2011 World Cup. 'ODI specialist', 'The run machine' is the tags given to Virat Kohli by ICC. Virat was appointed as a Test captain. In run chases, Kohli has the highest number of centuries. Virat is the fastest batsman to reach 10000 and 11000 runs in ODI format, he just reaches the milestone in 205 and 222 innings respectively. 
His top score in Test cricket is 254*, in ODI 183, in T20 94*, in FC 254* till now. Virat is one of the most consistent players in the history of cricket. He is the only batsman in the world who has batting average above 50 in all formats. Kohli puts team India at the no. 1 Test cricket team in the world under his captaincy. Kohli is the fastest player to score 20,000 runs in international cricket in just 417 innings. 
He is the first batsman to score 7 double centuries in Test cricket. He plays IPL for Royal Challengers Bangalore since 2008. Kohli has been awarded many awards like ICC ODI player of the year in 2012 and 2013, Sir Garfield Sobers Trophy in 2017 and 2018, He was also rewarded by the Padma Shri and Arjun Award

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