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GOAT means Greatest Of All Time! The world knows Indian cricketer Virat Kohli by this name these days. Breaking Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar’s record of 49 centuries in ODI cricket. King Kohli in a cricket one-day match ‘Half-Century of Centuries’ Has been deposited. Against New Zealand in the first semi-final of ICC CWC 2023 (Cricket World Cup) Virat Kohli has scored his 50th ODI century, If you also want to follow this person with fan following of crores on social media and internet, then further we have given all the information about Virat. Social Media Links Has shared.

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Virat Kohli Instagram

Virat Kohli’s username on Instagram is ‘virat.kohli’. Their profile has received a blue tick which will make it easier to find. After scoring his fiftieth century on November 15, he has 263M followers on Instagram and he himself follows 293 people. Since October 4, he has not uploaded any new post on IG and till now he has made 1,659 posts on Instagram.

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Virat Kohli

Star Indian cricketer Virat Kohli is also very active on this social media platform, first known as Twitter and now known as X. Here he can be found with the username ‘@imVkohli’ which is a verified account. He joined X (Twitter) in September 2009, on which till now 59M followers have joined him.

Kohli follows 61 people on this platform. While replying to his birthday wishes on 6 November 2023, he made his last tweet so far, on which 254k likes, 21k retweets and 9.4k comments have been received.

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Virat Kohli Facebook

Virat Kohli’s fans can also connect with him through social media platform Facebook. His FB page has also received blue tick verification which can be searched with the word ‘Virat Kohli’. Kohli, who scored a huge score by playing a century of 117 runs against New Zealand in the semi-finals of Cricket World Cup 2023, has 51M followers on his Facebook page and follows 24 people.

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Virat Kohli Bio

Full name – Virat Kohli (Virat Kohli)

Nickname – Cheeku (Chikoo)

Date of Birth – November 05, 1988 (November 5, 1988)

Place of Birth – Delhi (Delhi, India)

Age – 35years (35 years)

Playing Role – Batsman (batsman)

Batting Style – Right Handed Bat (with right hand)

Bowling Style – Right-arm medium (right arm medium)

ODI Debut – August 18, 2008 vs Srilanka (August 18, 2008 vs Sri Lanka)

First century – December 24, 2009 vs Srilanka (December 24, 2008 vs Sri Lanka)

Fiftieth century – November 15, 2023 vs New Zealand (November 15, 2023 vs New Zealand)

List of all the centuries of Virat Kohli:

century Run Against strike rate Place date outcome
1 107 Sri Lanka 93.85 Eden Gardens, Kolkata 24 December, 2009 Won
2 102* Bangladesh 107.37 Sher-e-Bangla Stadium, Dhaka 11 January, 2010 Won
3 118 Australia 97.52 APCA-VDCA Stadium, Visakhapatnam 20 October, 2010 Won
4 105 new zealand 100.96 Nehru Stadium, Guwahati 28 November, 2010 Won
5 100* Bangladesh 120.48 Sher-e-Bangla Stadium, Dhaka 19 February, 2011 Won
6 107 England 115.05 Sophia Gardens, Cardiff 16 September, 2011 Lost(D/L)
7 112* England 114.28 Feroz Shah Kotla Ground, Delhi 17 October, 2011 Won
8 117 West Indies 95.12 APCA-VDCA Stadium, Visakhapatnam 2 December, 2011 Won
9 133* Sri Lanka 154.65 Bellerive Oval, Hobart 28 February, 2012 Won
10 108 Sri Lanka 90.00 Sher-e-Bangla Stadium, Dhaka 13 March, 2012 Won
11 183 Pakistan 123.64 Sher-e-Bangla Stadium, Dhaka 18 March, 2012 Won
12 106 Sri Lanka 93.80 MRIC Stadium, Hambantota 21 July, 2012 Won
13 128* Sri Lanka 107.56 R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo 31 July, 2012 Won
14 102 West Indies 122.89 Queen’s Park Oval, Port of Spain 5 July, 2013 Won(D/L)
15 115 Zimbabwe 106.48 Harare Sports Club, Harare 24 July, 2013 Won
16 100* Australia 192.30 Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur 16 October, 2013 Won
17 115* Australia 174.24 VCA Stadium, Nagpur 30 October, 2013 Won
18 123 new zealand 110.81 McLean Park, Napier 19 January, 2014 Lost
19 136 Bangladesh 111.47 Khan Shaheb Osman Ali Stadium, Fatullah 26 February, 2014 Won
20 127 West Indies 111.40 HPCA Stadium, Dharamshala 17 October, 2014 Won
21 139* Sri Lanka 110.31 JSCA Stadium, Ranchi 16 November, 2014 Won
22 107 Pakistan 84.90 Adelaide Oval, Adelaide 15 February, 2015 Won
23 138 South Africa 98.57 MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai 22 October, 2015 Won
24 117 Australia 100.00 Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne 17 January, 2016 Lost
25 106 Australia 115.21 Manuka Oval, Canberra 20 January, 2016 Lost
26 154* new zealand 114.92 IS Bindra Stadium, Mohali 23 October, 2016 Won
27 122 England 116.19 Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune 15 January, 2017 Won
28 111* West Indies 96.52 Sabina Park, Kingston 6 July, 2017 Won
29 131 Sri Lanka 136.45 R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo 31 August, 2017 Won
30 110* Sri Lanka 94.82 R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo 3 September, 2017 Won
31 121 new zealand 96.80 Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai 22 October, 2017 Lost
32 113 new zealand 106.60 Green Park Stadium, Kanpur 29 October, 2017 Won
33 112 South Africa 94.11 Kingsmead Cricket Ground, Durban February 1, 2018 Won
34 160* South Africa 100.62 Newlands Cricket Ground, Cape Town 7 February, 2018 Won
35 129* South Africa 134.37 SuperSport Park, Centurion 16 February, 2018 Won
36 140 West Indies 130.84 ACA Stadium, Guwahati 21 October, 2018 Won
37 157* West Indies 121.71 ACA-VDCA Stadium, Visakhapatnam 24 October, 2018 Tied
38 107 West Indies 89.91 Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune 27 October, 2018 Lost
39 104 Australia 92.85 Adelaide Oval, Adelaide 15 January, 2019 Won
40 116 Australia 96.67 Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium, Nagpur 5 March, 2019 Won
41 123 Australia 129.47 JSCA Stadium, Ranchi 8 March, 2019 Lost
42 120 West Indies 96.00 Queen’s Park Oval, Port of Spain 11 August, 2019 Won
43 114* West Indies 115.15 Queen’s Park Oval, Port of Spain 14 August, 2019 Won
44 113 Bangladesh 124.17 Zohur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, Chittagong 10 December, 2022 Won
45 113 Sri Lanka 129.88 ACA Stadium, Guwahati 10 January, 2023 Won
46 166* Sri Lanka 150.90 Greenfield International Stadium, Thiruvananthapuram 15 January, 2023 Won
47 122* Pakistan 129.78 R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo 10 September, 2023 Won
48 103* Bangladesh 106.18 Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune 19 October, 2023 Won
49 101* South Africa 83.47 Eden Gardens, Kolkata 5 November, 2023 Won
50 117 new zealand 103.54 Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai 15 November, 2023 Won

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