Virat kohli’s record

Virat kohli’s record

Virat Kohli’s record made in past some year let’s see.

In any match of any format made some new record by the players.

This records was made sometimes by the batsman or the bowlers.

Players from different teams was made at least one record.

For example Indian Captain MS dhoni have record of 100 stumping.

This record was done by Ms dhoni against team Australia.

The record which are made this record will be broken by any player.

The record of Virendra sehwag was broken by Rohit Sharma.

This record is scoring 264 runs by Rohit scoring 219 runs by sehwag.

The Chris Gayle have record of more Sixes in T20 format.

Virat kohli’s record

At this time we are talk about records made by virat Kohli.

Virat Kohli is nice batsman and Captain of team India in all format.

There are four records that made by virat Kohli.

Virat Kohli is the runmachine of the team India.

So let’s see that which record was made by virat Kohli.

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Virat Kohli’s record

Virat Kohli's record
Virat Kohli

1 :  Virat Kohli was made of his first record of fastest 1000 runs in T20.

This record of Virat Kohli was comes against team South Africa.

This record was made by virat Kohli at HPCA stadium dharmashala.

2 :  Second record of Virat Kohli is most century in IPL matches.

This record of virat Kohli was comes against team Kings 11 panjab.

This record was made by virat Kohli at chinnaswami stadium Banglore.

3 :  Third record was created by virat Kohli is 200 runs in one test match.

This record of 200 runs was comes continuosly in four test series.

This record in comes against different countries is WI, NZ,  ENG & BAN.

4 :  Fourth record of Virat Kohli is Fastest 9000 runs in ODI format.

This record of Virat Kohli was comes against team new Zealand.

This record of Virat Kohli comes at Green Park kanpur.

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