Virat Kohli No. 1, The Only Player To Play In All The Finals Of The ICC Tournament

Following In The Footsteps Of Mahendra Singh Dhoni, India Captain Virat Kohli Is Also Setting A Number Of Records.

Virat Kohli No. 1, The Only Player To Play In All The Finals Of The ICC Tournament
Virat Kohli No. 1, The Only Player To Play In All The Finals Of The ICC Tournament

Virat Kohli No. 1, The Only Player To Play In All The Finals Of The ICC Tournament
Following in the footsteps of Mahendra Singh Dhoni, India captain Virat Kohli is also setting a number of records.

Mumbai: Following in the footsteps of Mahendra Singh Dhoni, India captain Virat Kohli is also setting a number of records. Virat Kohli is presently the best batsman on the planet. In June, Kohli will play the final of the World Test Championship from June 18 to 22. This is a match against New Zealand.

 With this match, Virat Kohli has become the number one player in the world. He has become the first player in the world to play in all the finals of an ICC tournament. Let's find out what matches Virat Kohli has played so far.

Under-19 World Cup - 2008
Virat Kohli played the final of the first ICC tournament of his career in 2008. Team India won the match by 12 runs against South Africa. He was instrumental in helping Team India win the World Cup trophy.

One Day World Cup 2011
Virat Kohli played his second tournament in 2011. Team India had beaten Sri Lanka by 6 wickets. Mahendra Singh Dhoni was the captain at that time. Virat Kohli played for the ICC ODI World Cup 2011.

Champions Trophy 2013
Two years later, Virat played his third ICC final match in the Champions Trophy 2013. In this match, the Indian team led by MS Dhoni defeated the host England by 5 runs to win the title.

T20 World Cup 2014
Soon after 2013, Virat played in the final of the ICC T20 World Cup. This time, India confronted Sri Lanka in the 2014 T20 World Cup last. In this match, the Indian group needed to confront rout. However, Virat was the highest run scorer in the tournament.

Led by Virat Kohli, Team India will take on New Zealand in the World Test Championship final next month from June 18 to 22. Playing in this final, Virat has become the only player in the world to have reached the final of all ICC tournaments so far.

Other Records and performances:

The fastest century
Fastest Indian batsman to score a century (52 balls)
Important stages
The quickest Indian to finish 1000 ODI runs.
The fastest Indian to complete 4,000 ODI runs and the third highest in the world.
The fastest Indian to complete 5,000 ODI runs is the number one Indian and the second number one batsman in the world.
He is the fastest Indian to complete 6,000 ODI runs and the second highest in the world.
The fastest batsman to complete 7,000 ODI runs.
The fastest Indian to score 10 ODI centuries and the third fastest batsman in the world.
The fastest Indian to score 15 ODI centuries and the second highest in the world.
The fastest Indian to score 20 ODI centuries and the second highest in the world.
Fastest batsman to score 25 ODI centuries.
The fastest batsman to complete 1000 international Twenty20 runs.
Most runs in a calendar year
The highest-scoring Indian in 2010.
Highest ODI run in 2011.
Indian highest run scorer in 2012
The highest-scoring Indian in 2013.
The highest-scoring Indian in 2014.
The highest-scoring Indian in 2012.
The highest-scoring Indian in 2015.
The highest-scoring Indian in 2016.
Most runs in an IPL season (973).
Captain Vikram
The first cricketer to score a century in the first three Test innings as captain.
The main Indian chief to score a twofold century abroad. 
The principal Indian Test chief to score at least two twofold hundreds of years. 
The fastest captain to complete 1000 runs in ODI cricket.
The main Indian and Asian commander to win a Test arrangement in Australia

In Icc world cup

ICC ODI Cricketer of the Year 2012
ICC World ODI XI: 2012, 2014
ICC World Twenty20 XI: 2016 (captain)
BCCI Best International Cricketer Polly Umrigar Award: 2011-12, 2014-15
Arjuna Award: 2013
Virat Kohli was honored with the Khel Ratna award in 2018