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Slide 1 - Run Machine Virat Kohli
Slide 2 - Virat Kohli is an Indian international cricketer. He was born on 5 November 1988 in Delhi into a Punjabi Hindu family.
Slide 3 - His father, Prem Kohli, worked as a criminal lawyer and his mother, Saroj Kohli, served as a housewife. He has an older brother, Vikas, and an older sister, Bhawna.
Slide 4 - As per his family, Kohli showed a keen interest in cricket at the tender age of three. He would effortlessly grab a cricket bat, showcase innate talent, and ask his father to bowl to him.
Slide 5 - Recognizing his son's cricketing talent, Kohli's father contemplated registering him in a professional cricket academy, believing that his abilities deserved a stage beyond gully cricket.
Slide 6 - Kohli persisted and eventually secured a spot on the under-15 Delhi team. He underwent training at the academy while concurrently engaging in matches at the Sumeet Dogra Academy situated in Vasundhara Enclave.
Slide 7 - On December 18, 2006, Kohli underwent the loss of his father to a cerebral attack. Following this unfortunate event, his mother noticed a profound change in his personality. Kohli seemed to mature overnight, displaying a newfound seriousness and dedication to every cricket match.
Slide 8 - Kohli initiated his junior cricket career in October 2002 at the Luhnu cricket ground during a Polly Umrigar match against the host state of Himachal Pradesh. In his inaugural match, Kohli accumulated a total of fifteen runs. His maiden half-century in national cricket was achieved at Ferozeshah Kotla, where he scored 70 runs against Haryana.
Slide 9 - He debuted in first-class cricket on November 23, 2006, during the opening match of the Ranji Trophy season against Tamil Nadu. However, his first innings was short-lived as he was dismissed after scoring ten runs. Over the next three matches, Kohli struggled to reach a fifty, prompting his coaches to offer guidance. In the subsequent match against the former champions Karnataka, Delhi found themselves in a challenging position at 130/5, with Kohli remaining unbeaten on 40 by the end of the day's play. On that very night, Kohli's father passed away at 3:54 a.m. Despite the heartbreaking news, Kohli returned to the match, displaying incredible resilience to score 90 runs before being dismissed. The team's coach, Chetan Chauhan, was impressed by Kohli's unwavering determination in the face of adversity, and Venkatesh Prasad praised his crucial innings executed amidst emotional upheaval. Following his dismissal, Kohli promptly attended his father's funeral. Despite the challenging circumstances, his innings proved to be vital for Delhi as they avoided the follow-on. The team's captain, Mithun Manhas, commended Kohli for his performance, recognizing its pivotal role in the team's success.
Slide 10 - "I did not se him waste his time. If not on the field, he would be busy in the gym. I saw him first as a chubby-cheeked bubbly young kid who grew into a perfect athlete. His junior cricket lessons have obviously helped him. I did not know him well, but had heard a lot about his exploits in junior cricket.“ …. Ashish Nehra
Slide 11 - In July 2006, Kohli earned a spot in the India Under-19 squad for their tour of England. Later, in February-March 2008, he took on the role of captain for the Indian squad, leading them to victory at the 2008 Under-19 Cricket World Cup held in Malaysia.
Slide 12 - On August 18, 2008, Kohli entered the international cricket scene at the age of 19 during the first ODI of the tour. Unfortunately, he was dismissed for 12 runs in that match. In 2009, Kohli achieved his first ODI century, scoring 107 off 114 balls. His International T20 debut took place in 2010 against Zimbabwe at Harare, where he remained unbeaten with a score of 26. Kohli made his Test debut in 2011 at Kingston, contributing a total of 19 runs in the entire match.
Slide 13 - In the initial match against Bangladesh, he secured an undefeated century, marking him as the first Indian batsman to achieve a century in his World Cup debut.
Slide 14 - In 2007, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) launched the INDIAN PREMIER LEAGUE (IPL), a franchise-based Twenty20 league. Virat Kohli played for the Royal Challengers Bangalore.
Slide 15 - Kohli's romantic involvement with Bollywood actress Anushka Sharma culminated in their marriage on December 11, 2017, in a private yet opulent ceremony held in Italy. On January 11, 2021, the couple welcomed their first child, a daughter named Vamika, whose name is of Sanskrit origin, signifying "little goddess."
Slide 16 - Let’s see some of cricket records of Virat Kohli
Slide 17 - Test Records Most Wins as captain of India, with 40 wins out of 68 matches. Four Test double-hundreds in four consecutive series.
Slide 18 - ODI Records Most ODI centuries ever (50) Most ODI centuries while chasing (27). Most ODI centuries in India (22) Fastest to - 8,000 runs (175 innings), 9,000 runs (194 innings), 10,000 runs (205 innings),[ 11,000 runs (222 innings), 12,000 runs (242 innings), 13,000 runs (267 innings)
Slide 19 - T20 Records Most runs in T20 Internationals - 4,008 runs. Most Fifty plus scores in the career – 38 (including 37 fifties and one century). Highest Career Batting average in T20I - 52.73. Fastest to - 3,000 runs (81 innings),[547] 3,500 runs (96 innings) Most player of the match (15 times)[549] and player of the series awards (7 times).
Slide 20 - IPL Records Most Runs in Indian Premier League – 7,263 runs. Most Runs in a Single Edition of IPL - 973 runs (2016). Only player to be involved in three double-century plus stands, two times with AB de Villiers and once with Chris Gayle. Most Runs against Delhi Capitals (1030). Most hundreds in a season (4) [551] and in the league (7).
Slide 21 - ODI World Cup Records Most runs in a single ODI World Cup - 711 runs (2023) Most 50+ scores in a single ODI World Cup edition - 8
Slide 22 - Arjuna Award for Cricket - 2013 Padma Shri - 2017 Wisden Cricketers of the Year - 2019 Sir Garfield Sobers Trophy - 2018 ICC Men's ODI Cricketer of the Year - 2012 Major Dhyan Chand Khel Ratna Award for Cricket - 2018 CNN-IBN Indian of the Year - 2017 Wisden Leading Cricketer in the World - 2018, 2017 People's Choice Awards India for Favorite Sportsperson - 2012 CNN-IBN Indian of the Year Popular Choice Award - 2017 ICC Male Cricketer of the Decade - 2020 Awards
Slide 23 - We anticipate that he will set additional records in upcoming matches and achieve prestigious awards as well.