Virat Kohli is an inspiration and a role model for today youth. , and he is also my role model and i learn a lot from his life he is my inspiration.We have seen his growing maturity, his consistency and his leadership abilities.
His maturity and leadership quality inspire me a lot .Kohli has been come in picture since leading India to the under-19 World Cup in 2008. The stories of his growings up years through his age-group team-mates reveal more about Kohli and how he hated losing even then.
Lokapally has also spoken with umpires who have officiated in his age-group games that reveal the making of a tough cricketer that Kohli is today.
His parents recognized his potential and had him listed at the West city Cricket Academy once he was Nine years old. He developed into an awfully proficient player over the following years and painted his town city at varied age-group levels and domestic cricket. His 1st major success came in 2008 once he captained India Under-19s to success at the 2008 Under-19 tourney. Soon he was elite to play for the Indian team, and established himself as a valuable middle order player. After having gained a reputation as an “ODI specialist”, he has proved his mettle in test cricket as well. Currently, he’s the captain of the Indian team in check cricket and vice-captain in restricted over format.Virat Kohli is married to famous Indian actress Anushka .
Driven – The Virat Kohli Story written by senior cricket journalist Vijay Lokapally.This is very interesting in the first half that speaks about Kohli’s early days and the early influences in his career. It is a known fact that Kohli mustered courage and put the team before self the morning after he lost his father when he turned up at the Feroz Shah Kotla to resume his Ranji Trophy innings for Delhi against Karnataka. But what Driven offers extra are the finer details of what Kohli went through in his toughest moment that transformed him from a boy into a man.
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