There is no denying the fact that a lot of Indian cricket fans have wondered marks Virat Kohli scored as a student during his schooling days. Before he became the Indian run-machine, a young Kohli used to be a horrible student of mathematics. In one of his previous interactions, Kohli acknowledged that he never worked that hard in cricket the way he did to acquire passing marks in the subject.
Taking to social media ahead of the upcoming edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL), Kohli shared a noteworthy post that managed to break the internet. Former Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) skipper Kohli posted a photo of his Class 10th mark sheet on Koo.
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“It’s funny how the things that add the least to your marksheet, add the most to your character,” Kohli captioned his post on the social networking service. Former Indian skipper Kohli enjoys a massive fan following on social media. Thus, Kohli’s latest social media activity soon became the talk of the town on the internet.
Fresh from ending his century drought across all formats, the Indian stalwart, Virat Kohli is all set to lead the batting charge of the Bangalore-based franchise in the IPL 2023. Faf du Plessis-led Royal Challengers Bangalore will meet Rohit Sharma’s Mumbai Indians (MI) in match No. 5 of the IPL 2023 at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium on Sunday.
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Kohli is the highest run-getter in the history of IPL. The ex-RCB skipper has amassed 6,624 runs in 223 matches in the world’s richest T20 league. Batting icon Kohli made his IPL debut against Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) at M. Chinnaswamy Stadium back in 2008. The RCB icon has slammed five centuries and 44 half-centuries in the cash-rich tournament.
Kohli is heading to the IPL 2023 after a bitter-sweet series against Australia. Averaging 29.67, Kohli scored 89 runs in the three-match One Day International (ODI) series between India and Australia. Kohli amassed 297 runs in the Border-Gavaskar Trophy.