Virat Kohli picks the Top 3 atmospheres in his cricketing career

Former Indian captain Virat Kohli is well and truly the best all-format batsman in the world without any second thoughts. He is second on the list of slamming the most centuries in international cricket (75).

India’s run-scoring machine scored 8416 runs in Tests at an average of 48.9 including 7 double centuries, 28 centuries and 28 half-centuries to his name. On the other hand, he scored 12,844 runs in ODIs at an average of 57.3 including 46 centuries and 64 fifties.

Virat Kohli, who is the leading run-scorer in T20Is, scored 4008 runs at an average of 52.7 and an exceptional strike rate of 138. Notably, has slammed one century and 37 half-centuries to his name.

Virat Kohli picks his Top 3 atmospheres

The star cricketer has been playing international cricket actively since 2008. Meanwhile, the 34-year-old veteran cricketer went on to pick the top 3 atmospheres in his cricketing journey.

Virat Kohli who has been a part of a plethora of cricket matches in his international career picked the atmosphere in the 2011 World Cup Final at Wankhede as the best atmosphere he has ever witnessed on the field.

According to him, it is the best electrifying atmosphere he has witnessed on the field. Team India locked horns with Sri Lanka in the final showdown. Scores of fans sang “Vande Mataram” in the 2011 World Cup Final which literally gave goosebumps to every Indian.

India beat Sri Lanka by six wickets to win the second ODI title. Virat Kohli also went on to pick the 2016 IPL final as the second-best atmosphere he has ever been a part of on the field.

Royal Challengers Bangalore locked horns with Sunrisers Hyderabad in the IPL 2016 final. SRH beat RCB by eight runs in the final and won their maiden IPL title.

On the other hand, Virat Kohli picked the 2022 T20 World Cup match against Pakistan as the third-best atmosphere he has ever witnessed on the field. Team India beat Pakistan by four wickets in the last-ball thriller.

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