Virat Kohli is a renowned Indian cricketer who is currently serving as the captain of the national team. He is one of the members of the world-renowned “Fab Four” along with Steve Smith, Kane Williamson, and Joe Root. Kohli holds the record for being the most successful Indian Test Captain of all time. He is married to Bollywood actress Anushka Sharma and is widely popular across the globe.
Virat Kohli began his career in 2008, after leading the U19 team to win the 2008 U19 World Cup and impressive performances in the Ranji team. After a few average seasons, Kohli established himself as one of the strongest batsmen in the national side. He is the backbone of the Indian cricket team and is expected to break Sachin Tendulkar’s record for the most runs and centuries. Kohli is the captain across all three formats of the game.
In terms of brand value and popularity, Virat Kohli is a top-notch cricketer and has a long list of endorsement deals with companies such as Manyavar, Pepsi, Cinthol Deo, Boost, Fastrack, Reebok, Godrej, Head & Shoulders, Nestle, Puma, Audi, MRF, Colgate, and Tissot. He is also the owner of a fashion brand, WROGN, and several gyms. He co-owns FC Goa in the Indian Super League and UAE Royals in the International Premier Tennis League.
Kohli’s net worth was reported to be around 130 million dollar in 2022 & will be approx. 135 million dollar in 2023. He owns luxury cars such as a Bentley, Range Rover, Lamborghini, Audi, and Renault Duster. Virat Kohli’s net worth is expected to grow in the coming years as he is still in his prime and continues to be a popular choice for sports betting.
|Virat Kohli Net Worth 2023
|Net Worth in Dollar
|135 million dollar
|NetWorth in Rupees
|13.5 Crore Rupee
|BCCI, IPL, Brands, Social Media etc.
|Approx. 11 Crore Rupees
|Cricketer, Brand ambassador
|Date of Birth and Place
|5 November 1988, Delhi
Virat Kohli’s 1st Century
Virat Kohli, the Indian cricketer, scored his first century in One Day International (ODI) cricket on August 11, 2008. He achieved this milestone in his 15th ODI match. Kohli’s century came against Sri Lanka in the 4th match of the Indian Oil Cup (also known as the Sri Lanka Tri-series) in Dambulla, Sri Lanka. He scored 107 runs in that match. This century marked the beginning of what would become an illustrious international cricket career for Virat Kohli, who has since established himself as one of the best batsmen in the world.
Virat Kohli’s 49th Century
Virat Kohli continued his impressive run of form in the ongoing World Cup by scoring his second century of the tournament. He accomplished this feat on his 35th birthday at the iconic Eden Gardens on a Sunday. This century marked his 49th in One Day Internationals (ODIs), a milestone that brought him level with the legendary Sachin Tendulkar in terms of ODI centuries.
Kohli’s remarkable performance also marked his 79th century overall, and it was his fourth century in the history of the 50-over World Cup. He reached this milestone by playing 119 balls and hitting 10 fours along the way.
Virat Kohli, affectionately known as the ‘chase master,’ had previously scored a century in this World Cup when he sealed the victory with a last-ball six against Bangladesh. He came close to centuries on two other occasions, scoring 95 against New Zealand and 88 against Sri Lanka.