‘I have always had enthusiasm, but I also have some shortcomings’ Virat Kohli reveals his brilliant career

Virat Kohli will be celebrating his 35th birthday on 5 November, 2023.

Virat Kohli
is in very good form in the current World Cup 2023 and so far he has scored 354 runs in six innings at an average of 88.50. And now the former captain of India i.e. Virat Kohli will celebrate his 35th birthday on 5th November, on the same day India will face South Africa at Eden Gardens, Kolkata.

Virat Kohli is just one century away from equaling the 49 ODI centuries of cricket guru i.e. Sachin Tendulkar because recently Virat Kohli had scored his 48th century against Bangladesh. Currently, Virat Kohli is trying to win the ongoing World Cup and on his career achievements, Kohli revealed that he never thought of achieving such achievements in his career.

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“If I talk about cricket, I never thought of achieving anything and how God has given me such good performance. I always dreamed I would do this, but I never thought I would play like this. No one can plan these things. Kohli said on Star Sports, “I never thought that I would be able to play like this in these 12 years. I would be able to score so many centuries and so many runs.”

My only focus was to play well for the team and help the team overcome difficult situations and win the match. For this I made many changes in my life. The game depends on effort. To be honest, I have learned a lot in my career that whatever work you do, do it by giving your 100%. The blessings that I have received from this have been given to me by God and I never thought that things would turn out this way.

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Kohli has 13,437 runs in 287 ODI matches with 48 centuries and 69 fifties at an average of 57.91 and strike rate of 93.63. The Delhi-born batsman hopes to continue his good form in the upcoming World Cup matches and help his team win the trophy on home soil, ending their 12-year wait for an ICC title.