Virat Kohli, the Indian cricket team middle order and also an opening batsman in many game innings is a dreaded cricketer. Virat Kohli biography shows that he is a right hand batsman and a right arm medium speed bowler. He is also known for his excellent fielding skills in the Indian cricket team. He first came into spotlight in December, 2006 when he played for Delhi against Karnataka in the Ranji Trophy match on the same day when his father passed away due to brain stroke in the morning. He scored 90 runs to save his team. The team’s captain Mithun Manhas remarked his innings as very crucial for the match. He was included in the Delhi Ranji Trophy team in the year 2006 and his first match was against Tamil Nadu. In the inland sphere, Virat played his first T20 cricket match in April 2007 against Himachal Pradesh at Delhi. Virat Kohli served as the captain of the less than 19 cricket World Cup Indian team in the year 2008. Indian team won the under-19 World cup that year which was organized in Malaysia and Virat Kohli subservient as a captain in that victory. Virat was included in the Royal Challenger Bangalore of the Indian Premier League also known as IPL in the year 2008. He was continued to play for the Royal Challenger Bangalore in the second season also.
Virat remain part of the Indian cricket team for One Day International matches from August 18, 2008.The first ODI was played against Sri Lanka. He was included in the Indian Test team in the year 2010-2011 in the match against West Indies. Virat Kohli participated first time in the T20 International cricket match played against Zimbabwe at the Harare cricket stadium on 12th June 2010.