Virat Kohli, the right-handed star batsman and regular captain of the Indian cricket team continue to make records in his cricket career.
After playing the final match of the ICC World Test Championship, Indian captain Kohli has registered another very impressive record in his name.
Indian captain Kohli has now become the only cricketer in the world who has played the final match of every major ICC event. It took more than a day for Indian captain Virat Kohli to register this record in his name.
Because due to rain in England, the first day of this final match between New Zealand and Indian team got dusted. For this reason, it took him more than a day to make this record his name.
Let us tell you that the current captain of the Indian cricket team, Kohli started in the year 2011. When he played the World Cup final match of ODI cricket under the captaincy of Mahendra Singh Dhoni.
In such a situation, this year the Indian cricket team won the title of this World Cup for the second time in ODI cricket. And India won this match by defeating the Sri Lankan team in the final match.
Let us tell you that in that match, Virat Kohli played an innings of 43 runs in 34 balls while playing for India. After that, in the year 2014, once again under the captaincy of Mahendra Singh Dhoni, he got a chance to play the final match of the T20 World Cup.
But in that match, the Indian cricket team had to face defeat at the hands of the Sri Lankan team. Virat Kohli scored the most runs in that match against Sri Lanka. Virat Kohli scored 77 runs in 58 balls in that match.
Whose Indian team had scored 130 runs? But their bowlers proved unsuccessful in defending this score. After that, when Mahendra Singh Dhoni left the captaincy, then Virat Kohli played the final match of the Champions Trophy in the year 2017 under his captaincy.
Till the year 2020, Virat Kohli and Mahendra Singh Dhoni were the players playing in the final match of every major event like India. But Dhoni had announced his retirement from cricket in the year 2020.
Only after this Virat Kohli became a part of the final match of the ICC World Test Championship in the year 2021 and with this he left Dhoni behind.
Not only this, Virat Kohli captained India in the final match of the Under-19 World Cup in the year 2008. In which the Indian cricket team won.