Former Indian captain Virat Kohli was last seen in cricketing action during the 8th edition of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022 in Australia. He finished the competition as the leading run-scorer, aggregating 296 runs in six games and scoring four half-centuries to his name. In the process, he also became the top run-getter in the history of the ICC Men’s Twenty20 World Cup competition.
Having played as many as 25 innings in the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup, the Delhi-born scored 1141 runs at an average of 81.50. Overall, he has slammed 14 fifties, more than any other batsman in the tournament. The former Indian captain registered his individual-best score of 89*. He has a pretty impressive strike-rate of 131.30. Moreover, he has remained unbeaten on eleven occasions
Kohli scored a fifty against Pakistan, Netherlands, Zimbabwe and England to make his presence count on the pitch. Meanwhile, the 34-year-old has been rested for India’s tour of New Zealand. The run-machine is expected to return to action for India’s tour of Bangladesh, which includes three ODIs followed by two Tests.
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Virat Kohli posts a story of Instagram featuring MS Dhoni
Former Indian skipper Virat Kohli is active on social media portals. Despite his hectic schedule, he still finds time to chip in with unique and engaging posts that pique the interest of the fans. Meanwhile, he took everyone by surprise by posting a story featuring MS Dhoni. Kohli stumbled upon MS Dhoni’s image on a packaged water bottle shrink label.
As a result, he decided to capture a picture of it and then decided to post it on his Instagram story while also tagging MS Dhoni. The caption of the story reads, “He’s everywhere, Even on the water bottle @Mahi7781”. The post has gone viral on the microblogging portal.
MS Dhoni will be seen in action for the sixteenth edition of the Indian Premier League. The cricketing brain will be looking forward to giving it all in the upcoming season as a captain, wicket keeper and batsman.
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