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          <h1  class="cap-name text-primary text-center" >Virat Kohli</h1>
          <h2 style="font-family:open-sans;margin-top:3px" class="text-center"><em>World's 'The' best batman leading team India</em></h2>
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            <em>""A lot of people tell me a lot of things about my conduct, my game, my future... but I try to stay away from their words of wisdom. I don't let it distract me. On the field, you will be facing the ball alone. If you fail, you will the only one to blame. So, you should be the one deciding for yourself""</em>
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          <p >Born in Delhi for a Punjab family(Prem Kohli and Saroj Kohli)</p>
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            <li><strong>1991</strong></li>
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            <p style="margin-left:50px">Started schooling at Vishal Bharati Public School</p>
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            <li><strong>1998</strong></li>
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            <p style="margin-left:50px">Joined West Delhi Cricket Academy and was being trained by Rajkumar Sharma;also played matches at the Sumeet Dogra Academy at Vasundhara Enclave at the same time</p>
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            <p style="margin-left:50px">(October)Played for Delhi under-15 team in 2002–03 Polly Umrigar Trophy;scored 172 runs at an average of 34.40 and He was the leading run-getter for his team</p>
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            <p style="margin-left:50px">Became captain of Delhi under-15 team for Polly Umrigar Trophy;scored 390 runs at an average of 78;includes two centuries and two fifties</p>
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            <p style="margin-left:50px">got selected in the Delhi Under-17 team for the 2003–04 Vijay Merchant Trophy;scored 470 runs in four matches at an average of 117.50;includes two hundreds and top-score of 251. </p>
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            <li><strong>2005</strong></li>
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            <p style="margin-left:50px">Delhi Under-17s won the 2004–05 Vijay Merchant Trophy in which Kohli finished as the highest run-scorer with 757 runs from 7 matches at an average of 84.11 with two centuries</p>
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            <li><strong>2006</strong></li>
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            <p style="margin-left:50px">(February)made List A debut for Delhi against Services but did not get to bat</p>
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            <p style="margin-left:50px">(July)was selected in the India Under-19 squad on its tour of England.He averaged 105 in the three-match ODI series against England and 49 in the three-match Test series.India Under-19 went on to win both the series</p>
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            <p style="margin-left:50px">(November)Made his first-class debut for Delhi against Tamil Nadu in,at the age of 18, and scored 10 in his debut innings</p>
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            <li><strong>2006</strong></li>
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            <p style="margin-left:50px">(December)Kohli's father died on 18 December due to brain stroke after being bed-ridden for a month.He came into the spotlight on this day when he decided to play for his team against Karnataka and went on to score 90.He scored a total of 257 runs from 6 matches at an average of 36.71 in that season.</p>
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            <p style="margin-left:50px">(April)Made his Twenty20 debut and finished as the highest run-getter for his team in the Inter-State T20 Championship with 179 runs at an average of 35.80</p>
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            <li><strong>2007</strong></li>
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            <p style="margin-left:50px">(July-Augist)the India Under-19 team toured Sri Lanka. In the triangular series against Sri Lanka Under-19s and Bangladesh Under-19s, Kohli was the second highest run-getter with 146 runs from 5 matches.In the two-match Test series that followed, he scored 244 runs at an average of 122 including a hundred and a fifty</p>
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            <li><strong>2008</strong></li>
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            <p style="margin-left:50px">(February-March) Kohli captained the victorious Indian team at the 2008 ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup held in Malaysia. Batting at number 4, he scored 235 runs in 6 matches at an average of 47, and finished as the tournament's third highest run-getter and one of the three batsmen to score a hundred in the tournament. His century against the West Indies Under-19s was called "the innings of the tournament" by ESPNcricinfo</p>
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            <li><strong>2008</strong></li>
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            <p style="margin-left:50px">(June)Kohli and his Under-19 teammates Pradeep Sangwan and Tanmay Srivastava were awarded the Border-Gavaskar scholarship. The scholarship allowed the three players to train for six weeks at Cricket Australia's Centre of Excellence in Brisbane.</p>
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            <li><strong>2008</strong></li>
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            <p style="margin-left:50px">(July)He was included in India's 30-man probable squad for the ICC Champions Trophy which was to be held in Pakistan in September 2008.He was also picked in the India Emerging Players squad for the four-team Emerging Players Tournament in Australia. He went on to score 206 runs in six matches at an average of 41.20.</p>
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            <li><strong>2008</strong></li>
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            <p style="margin-left:50px">(August) Kohli was included in the Indian ODI squad for tour of Sri Lanka and the Champions Trophy in Pakistanan and hs selection was called "surprise call-up" due to his less experience. This was his international debut. He scored 37, 25 and 31 in 3 matches and a match-winning 54 in last match.</p>
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            <p style="margin-left:50px">(November)Kohli was included in the squad for the home ODI series against England in November 2008 but was not given a chance to play, due to the inclusion of Tendulkar and Sehwag in the team.</p>
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            <li><strong>2008</strong></li>
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            <p style="margin-left:50px">(December) Kohli was given a Grade D contract in the annual BCCI contracts list which entitled him to receive Rs 15 lakh.</p>
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            <li><strong>2009</strong></li>
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            <p style="margin-left:50px">(January)He was dropped from the squad for the five-match ODI series in Sri Lanka against Sri Lanka.</p>
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            <li><strong>2009</strong></li>
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            <p style="margin-left:50px">(July-August)Kohli was selected in the four-team Emerging Players Tournament held in Australia. He opened the innings for India Emerging Players in that tournament and finished as the leading run-getter with 398 runs from seven matches at an average of 66.33.Kohli has called this tournament as the "turning point" of his career</p>
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            <li><strong>2009</strong></li>
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            <p style="margin-left:50px">(July-August)Kohli returned to the national team and batted at number 4 for India in the 2009 ICC Champions Trophy because of an injury to Yuvraj Singh.</p>
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            <li><strong>2009</strong></li>
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            <p style="margin-left:50px">(December)He found a place in the home ODI series against Sri Lanka in December 2009 and scored 27 and 54 in the first two ODI and made way for Yuvraj in third ODI and returned to the team in the fourth ODI at Kolkata and scored his first ODI century–107 off 111 balls.The man of the match was awarded to Gambhir who gave the award to Kohli</p>
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            <li><strong>2010</strong></li>
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            <p style="margin-left:50px">(January)Played all of 5 matches in tri-nation ODI tournament in Bangladesh and scored 91,71,111 and 2 and was leading run-scorer at an average of 91.66</p>
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            <li><strong>2010</strong></li>
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            <p style="margin-left:50px">(May-june)Kohli was made vice-captain of India and he made 168 runs including two fifties.During the series, Kohli became the fastest Indian batsman to reach 1,000 runs in ODI cricket</p>
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            <p style="margin-left:50px">(October)He played ODI against Australia and scored his third century-118 off 121 balls and won Man of the Match.</p>
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            <li><strong>2010</strong></li>
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            <p style="margin-left:50px"> I the home ODI series against New Zealand Kohli scored a match-winning 104-ball 105, his fourth ODI hundred and followed it up with 64 and 63* in the next two matches.India completed a 5–0 whitewash of New Zealand, while Kohli's performance in the series helped him become a regular in the ODI team.He was India's leading run-scorer in ODIs in 2010, with 995 runs from 25 matches at an average of 47.38 including three centuries.</p>
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            <p style="margin-left:50px">(January)Kohli was India's leading run-getter in the five-match ODI series of the South African tour with 193 runs at an average of 48.25 including two fifties.During the series, he jumped to number two spot on the ICC Rankings for ODI batsmen.</p>
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            <p style="margin-left:50px">He was included in the big World Cup and scored an unbeaten 100, his fifth ODI century, in the first match against Bangladesh and became the first Indian batsman to score a century on World Cup debut.In the final against Sri Lanka at Mumbai, he scored 35, sharing an 83-run partnership with Gambhir which is regarded as "one of the turning points in the match"</p>
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            <p style="margin-left:50px">(June-July)Kohli scored a total of 199 runs at an average of 39.80 in ODI against West Indies and won Man of the Match in second matcha.</p>
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            <p style="margin-left:50px">(October)Kohli was the leading run-scorer of the five-match home ODI series against England which India won 5–0. He scored a total of 270 runs across five matches including unbeaten knocks of 112 from 98 balls at Delhi, where he put on an unbroken 209-run partnership with Gambhir.</p>
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            <p style="margin-left:50px">Kohli ended up as the leading run-getter in ODIs for the year 2011, with 1381 runs from 34 matches at 47.62 and four centuries and and got  reputation as "an expert of the chase".</p>
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            <p style="margin-left:50px">(December)India toured to Australia for the test matches and suffered 0–4 whitewash and Kohli, India's top run-scorer in the series, was described as "the lone bright spot in an otherwise nightmare visit for the tourists".</p>
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            <li><strong>2011</strong></li>
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            <p style="margin-left:50px">India played Commonwealth Bank triangular series and Kohli made two fifties.In the last match India had to chase a target of 321 being set by Sri Lanka, Kohli came to the crease with India's score at 86/2 and went on to score 133 not out from 86 balls to take India to a comfortable win with 13 overs to spare.It was regarded as "one of the greatest ODI knocks of all time"</p>
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            <p style="margin-left:50px">Kohli was appointed the vice-captain for the 2012 Asia Cup in Bangladesh and was leading run-scorer with 357 runs at an average of 119.His knock 183 off 148 balls against Pakistan was the highest individual score in Asia Cup history</p>
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            <p style="margin-left:50px">(July–August), Kohli struck two centuries in the five-match ODI tour of Sri Lanka winning man of the match in both games.India won the series 4–1 and on account of scoring the most number of runs in the series, Kohli was named player of the series</p>
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            <p style="margin-left:50px">Kohli scored his second Test century at Bangalore during New Zealand's tour of India and won his first man of the match award in Test cricket.</p>
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            <p style="margin-left:50px">Kohli stood-in as the captain for the first ODI of the triangular series in West Indies after Dhoni injured himself during the match; In his second match as captain, Kohli scored his first hundred as captain.</p>
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            <p style="margin-left:50px">(July)He was appointed captain for an entire series for the first time;he scored century in the first match and won Man of Match.India completed a 5–0 sweep of the series</p>
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            <p style="margin-left:50px">India played seven-match ODI series against Australia;he struck the fastest century by an Indian in ODIs in the second match reaching the milestone in just 52 balls.</p>
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            <p style="margin-left:50px">He  became the fastest batsman in the world to score 17 hundreds in ODI cricke and moved to the top position in the ICC ODI batsmen rankings for the first time in his career.</p>
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            <p style="margin-left:50px">Kohli was named vice-captain of 2014 ICC World Twenty20.Kohli made a total of 319 runs in the tournament at an average of 106.33, a record for most runs by an individual batsman in a single World Twenty20 tournament,for which he won the Man of the Tournament award</p>
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            <p style="margin-left:50px">Kohli reached the number one spot for T20I batsmen in the ICC rankings.</p>
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            <p style="margin-left:50px">India played ODI series against Sri Lanka and he was made captain. Kohli was awarded player of the series, and it was the second whitewash under his captaincy.During the series he became the fastest batsman in the world to go past the 6000-run mark in ODI,he became the second player in the world after Sourav Ganguly to make more than 1,000 runs in ODIs for four consecutive calendar years</p>
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            <p style="margin-left:50px">(December)India went on a tour to Australia for test series abd Kohli took the reins as Test captain for the first time and became the fourth Indian to score a hundred on Test captaincy debut</p>
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            <li><strong>2014</strong></li>
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            <p style="margin-left:50px">Kohli was appointed as the full-time Test captain and became the first batsman in Test cricket history to score three hundreds in his first three innings as Test captain</p>
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            <p style="margin-left:50px">During South Africa's tour of India, Kohli became the fastest batsman in the world to make 1,000 runs in T20I cricket.India climbed to number two position on the ICC Test rankings under his captaincy.</p>
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            <p style="margin-left:50px">India toured Australia for ODI series and during the course of the series, he became the fastest batsman in the world to cross the 7000-run mark in ODIs and also the fastest to get to 25 centuries</p>
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            <p style="margin-left:50px">Kohli maintained his match-winning form in the 2016 ICC World Twenty20 in India.His total of 273 runs in five matches at an average of 136.50 earned him his second consecutive Man of the Tournament award at the World Twenty20.</p>
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            <p style="margin-left:50px">In India's tour of West Indies for test series Kohli scored 200 in the first Test. It was his first double hundred in first-class cricket and the first made away from home by an Indian captain in Tests</p>
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            <p style="margin-left:50px">Kohli got double centuries in Tests in the two test series against England and Bangladesh making him the first ever batsman to score double centuries in four consecutive series. He broke the record of Australian great Donald Bradman and Indian Rahul Dravid who had got three. Against England, he got his highest Test score of 235.</p>
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