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Virat Kohli says after retirement he won’t pick up the bat again

Virat Kohli says when he retires he will not take the bat again

Team India is currently touring Australia. Where the first match of the ODI series will be played on Saturday at Sydney Cricket Ground. For this match where both teams are practicing fiercely. Meanwhile, Indian team captain and run machine Virat Kohli has described his retirement plan.In response to the question asked by the journalist, Indian captain Virat Kohli has said that when he retires, he will not take the bat again. When asked if he will play in Australia’s Big Bash League after retiring or removing the BCCI ban, Kohli said that he will definitely not be available for such a tournament after retiring.

On the eve of the first one-day match against Australia on Saturday, the Indian captain said, “Look, I do not know whether such a change comes in the future or not. As far as I am concerned, once I have retired, honestly I do not think I am involved in those people. “

Cricketers who retired like AB de Villiers and Brendon McCullum regularly play in the T20 league like IPL and Big Bash League but Kohli said that he is not interested in joining this list. He said, ‘In the last five years I have played
enough Cricket and I can not comment on that what will I do after the retirement because I do not think I will repeat or I’ll pick up my bat. Virat Kohli said, ‘On the day I stop playing, all my energy will be over. That’s why I will quit playing cricket. That’s why I do not see myself playing on the field again.

Team India becomes the first Asian country to win a series at Australian soil

Team India becomes the first Asian country to win a series at Australian soil

India won the first ever series against Australia by 2-1 after the final test ended in a draw. The match was interrupted because of bad weather conditions. India scored 622 for 7 in their first innings but however, rain became a spoiler factor.

India also won the first test in Adelaide by 31 runs and the third test in Melbourne by 137 runs. The match started by 10 am (local time) but the match had to be stopped by 2:30 (local time) when the rain interrupted the game.

On the first and second day of matches, the main top scoring players were Chateshwar Pujara(193runs) and Rishab Pant(159runs). India won the series by 2-1.

Virat Kohli upset with the Australian Fans


Kevin Roberts, Cricket Australia chief executive requested the australian fans to treat Virat Kohli with respect. He was booed by the fans to a wicket on Thursday. While Indian fans greeted and cheered for him by chanting his name.

“I don’t like seeing that”, said Roberts to SEN radio. He further added that the goal is to win, to compete with honour and urged the fans to support the game with honour. We should respect our visitors.

Ricky Ponting also criticised the fans for treating the Indian skipper badly. Kohli said that “I agree cricketers don’t have to retaliate. What when the crowd says the worst things about your mother and sister. The worst I’ve heard….never heard crap like that. EVER”.

Virat Kohli is now not bothered about his back ache problem

Virat Kohli is now not bothered about his back ache problem.

Master batsman Virat Kohli said on Wednesday that his back spasms could hinder his stellar career, he also insisted all players suffer from “Niggles”.

Kohli experienced pain at the day two of Melbourne Test against Australia after he was out for 82 runs, he received a treatment from a physio. The 30-year-old, crucial for India’s success is suffering from back problems, but he says it’s not a major concern.

“I’ve had this issue since 2011, it’s nothing New,” Kohli said. He further added that he is not too bothered about the pain because he is maintaining it doing physical exercises & workout.

Virat Kohli equals Sachin Tendulkar’s record in Test Centuries

The test series held at Optus Stadium in Perth on Sunday was mindblowing favourable for Virat Kohli. He completed his 25th test century in 214 balls against Australia. He took five overs to reach the three-figure mark on the third day of test series.

With this century, he equalled Sachin Tendulkar’s record of having the most centuries (Six Centuries) by an Indian in Australia. He also became the fastest Indian to score 1000 test runs in Australian soil in just 18 innings. Kohli also became the first Indian captain to score 2000 Test runs not only in India but also overseas.

Anushka and Virat are celebrating their first anniversary at Adelaide

On the same date last year Virat and Anushka became soulmate for each other. The fascinating couple became made for each other on 11th December 2017. Virat is currently busy in INDvsAUS Border Gavaskar Trophy at Adelaide. Anushka has arrived in Adelaide to celebrate their Anniversary. The couple got snapped at Adelaide Airport.

The couple got snapped at Adelaide Airport.

On the auspicious day of her Anniversary, Anushka shared some never seen before snaps and video of her wedding on her Instagram Account. She wrote “It’s heaven, when you don’t sense time passing by … It’s heaven, when you marry a good ‘man'”.

Virat also shared some never seen before snaps of his wedding on his wedding. Virat Wrote “Can’t believe it’s been a year already because it feels like it happened just yesterday. Time has truly flown by. Happy anniversary to my best friend and my soulmate.Mine forever ❤”

Virat Kohli becomes the 4th Indian Cricketer to score 1000+ runs against Australia

Virat Kohli becomes the 4th Indian Cricketer to score 1000+ runs against Australia. The top 3 batsman to score 1000+ runs against Australia is Sachin Tendulkar (1809-runs), VVS Laxman (1236-runs) and Rahul Dravid (1166-runs). After Virat Kohli, the list is followed by Virendra Sehwag (1031-runs), SM Gavaskar (920-runs), DB Vengsarkar (776-runs), SC Ganguly (696-runs), GR Vishvanath (686-runs), M Amarnath (668-runs). Virat is turning out to be run the machine. This year on 24 October, Virat scored the landmark of fastest 10,000 runs in ODI. He has reached this landmark in just 205 innings as compared to 259 innings of Sachin Tendulkar.

Talking about the Test cricket. Virat has scored 4,000 runs in 65 innings beating Brian Lara (71 innings).

This Curious Case Of Virat Kohli

In a country where cricketers are worshipped as Gods, a rather unassuming avid follower of the game told Indian skipper Virat Kohli that he likes English and Australian batsmen more, an unpleased Virat Kohli told the fan that he should leave India.

Although Virat Kohli was trolled by Twitteratis for his irresponsible comment, incidents like this tells us the heavy price of keeping mortals on the high pedestals and the danger of giving a cult status to this colonial borrowed game and its players.

It isn’t suprising that Virat Kohli thinks that he has the authority to ask a fellow citizen to leave India.It is a repurcussion of  a culture that worships its cricketers as demi-gods.

When a cricketer believes that he is more equal than others so much so that he can ask another citizen to leave the country because he doesn’t agree with the other’s opinion, it is neccesary for BCCI to write down a new guidelines making sure that such irresponsible and chauvinist statement be not repeated from an individual who is in the limelight and by all accounts ; a public figure.

Also others forms of sports have always taken a hit because of the incessant obsession with this colonial game.When a cricketer question the loyalty of a fellow countryman merely because that citizen said he likes English and Australian batsmen more, it is only pertinent that everyone be reminded that they are all equal under the law and also an important juncture to encourage other sports which haven’t got their much deserved due yet.

Anushka Sharma’s Adorable Message For Virat Kohli On His 30th Birthday

Anushka Sharma took to Twitter and uploaded photos with her husband Virat Kohli.

The Indian cricket team captainVirat Kohli turned 30 on Monday as wishes poured in for the flamboyant batsman. Among the well wishers, the one that stood out was his wife Anushka Sharma’s wish. Anushka Sharma took to Twitter and uploaded photos with her husband Virat Kohli. The image was captioned as “Thank God for his birth.” The post received over 2,000 likes within minutes. The couple had recently celebrated their first Karva Chauth together in Pune.

Fans, cricketers — past and present — all took to Twitter to wish the Indian run-machine on his 30th birthday.

Kohli has been on fire this year, leaving the rest of his rivals chasing shadows. In Tests, Kohli has scored at will, amassing 1,063 runs in 10 matches played in 2018. He averages 59.05 with four centuries and as many half-centuries to his name.

In ODIs in 2018, Kohli has been nothing short of brilliant. The Indian run-machine averages a whopping 133.55 after amassing 1,202 runs in just 14 matches. He has scored six hundreds — more than any other player — and three fifties.

Since January 2016, with 7,824 runs Kohli is the highest run-scorer in the world. England’s Test skipper Joe Root is the next best with 6,371 runs.

He also leads the pack when it comes to the number of hundreds scored. Out of his 38 ODI hundreds, Kohli has scored 28 out of them in the last two years. Banned Australian cricketer David Warner and Kohli’s deputy Rohit Sharma have scored 16 each since January 2016.


Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli Become Quickest Duo To Complete 4000 Runs In ODIs

Team India skipper Virat Kohli was on a record-breaking spree during the recently-concluded five-match series against the Windies.

Kohli broke Sachin Tendulkar’s record to become the fastest to 10,000-run milestone and slammed three centuries in the first three games. Consequently, with 899 points, Kohli retained the top spot in the latest rankings for batsmen released by the ICC on Friday. Kohli, who is the leading ODI run-scorer of 2018 with 1202 runs in 14 matches, scored a straggering 453 of those in the five matches against the Windies.

Interestingly, Kohli’s deputy Rohit Sharma, who is at No.2 with a career-high 871 points, is not too far behind his skipper.

However, the latest ranking saw Shikhar Dhawan slip down by four spots to No.9. The left-hander, with a highest score of 38 in the series, struggled to get going against the visitors.

Despite scoring just one half-century in five innings against Sri Lanka, England’s Joe Root retained his standing at No.3 with 807 points. Babar Azam, Ross Taylor, Kane Williamson and Quinton de Kock rose by one place each to settle at No.5, 6, 7 and 8 respectively.

Windies batsmen Shai Hope and Shimron Hetmyer catapulted to No. 25 (up 22 spots) and No.26 (up 31 spots) respectively. Hope scored 250 runs, while Hetmyer hit 250 to give the Windies a bit of hope of winning the series.

Ambati Rayudu, who showed promise at two-down in the batting order, moved up by 24 places to No.48 with a career-best 553 points.

On the bowlers’ list, Yuzvendra Chahal and Ravindra Jadeja moved up after an impressive show against the Windies.

Jadeja jumped 16 places to sit at No.25, while Chahal moved up by three places to enter the top 10 for the first time at joint No.8 with England’s Adil Rashid.

Jasprit Bumrah, who was drafted back into the playing XI for the last three ODIs against the Windies, retained his top spot with 841 points – his career-best.