In 2008, Virat Kohli, who made his first step in world cricket on August 18, did not look back. Now that he has completed 15 years of his international cricket career, Kohli has countless records to his credit. When we talk about the most dangerous player of all three formats right now, Kohli’s name comes first. At the end of Kohli’s 15-year career, the Secretary of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), Jai Shah, also congratulated him on Twitter.
Virat Kohli won his first international match in 2008 against Sri Lanka at the Dambulla ground. Earlier in the year, the India U19 team captained by Kohli also won the world title. Since then there have been discussions about Kohli and soon he got the chance to make his international debut.
Congratulating Virat Kohli on completing 15 years in international cricket, BCCI Secretary Jai Shah tweeted, “Congratulations on reaching this milestone in international cricket.” Your dedication, passion and achievements have continued to inspire millions. We wish you continued success in the future.
Congratulations on the incredible @imVkohli Over 15 years of unwavering commitment to international cricket! Her passion, perseverance and remarkable achievements have inspired millions of people. We wish you continued success and many more milestones! pic.twitter.com/oUsnAVLvqu
— Jay Shah (@JayShah) August 18, 2023
Virat Kohli’s limited overs form has been impressive so far this year. Kohli was part of the ODI series against the West Indies but only got a chance to play a single game in which he didn’t even bat. Including an innings over half a century.