Virat Kohli is on a roll. He cannot seem to put a foot wrong. He has strong work ethic that make him tide over all troubles and problems both on and off the cricket field. He has oozes with charismatic both in the way he bats and leads his team. He also has a gift of the gab that makes him come out of turbulent times with ease.
His quotes are inspiring and reveal his true personality. Cricwizz takes a look at his top 10 quotes and how it reveals his true personality.
It explains Kohli has a sane head on his shoulders. He is someone not bothered about the glamour of the cricket world. But he understands, it takes hard work, perseverance to be the best in his world.
So, that explains his aggressive persona on the cricket field. It alsio explains well, why Kohli just hates losing.
It explains Kohli has a sane head on his shoulders. He is someone unbothered about the glamour of the cricket world. But he understands, it takes hard work, perseverance to be the best in his world.
Kohli and his love for food. He makes no bones about it (pun intended).
It shows his simple lifestyle where he is not brand conscious and takes whatever comes easy. But he is still one of the most stylish icons in the world. He has a clothing line named WROGN.
Kohli has moved on from this embarrassment and went on to become the leading batsman in world cricket. That’s what life is all about – overcoming hurdles.
Kohli keeps his private life closely guarded although he is present on social media. He had come out in stout defence of his girlfriend Anushka Sharma when she was trolled on social media.
Kohli is a Delhi boy and has stayed tuned to his roots. He plays for Royal Challengers Bangalore in the IPL, but is a Delhi boy at heart.
He is a genuine guy and does not like to fake things. He lives life his way and wears his heart on his sleeve. It is on full display when he plays cricket for India or for any other team.
It shows his commitment towards his game despite a huge personal loss. And for this reason, Kohli wears a jersey No 18 at all levels of cricket. His father Prem Kohli died on December 18, 2006 when he was just 18. However, he went on to play and scored 90 in the first-class game before returning home for the funeral. Virat has always sported No 18 jersey in U-19 cricket and carried it forward to the international arena as well as for Royal Challengers Bangalore in the IPL.