Virat Kohli fans, give me a cheer! The captain of Indian cricket team has achieved quite a lot in the past year. From being regarded as one of the best batsmen in the world to becoming one of the most famous athletes in the world by ESPN, he sure is climbing the success ladder faster than any we've witnessed so far.
You sure must be aware of the fact that he's been the captain since 2013 and apart from that plays for Royal Challengers Bangalore in the Indian Premier League (IPL). Yet, there are three things about him which you'll most probably not come to know unless you read further. And, by that I mean to talk about the record he has made or became a part of the list with a country's president in it, and one more.
Well, I've already spilled more beans than I should have, it's time you scroll and read.
It's not the first time when Virat has been handed over with the responsibility to lead his teammates. And, it's certainly not the first time when he's seen outperforming. In 2008, the U-19 cricket team of India captained by Virat won the U-19 Cricket World Cup and in the following year played a critical role in the win at 2009 Emerging Players tournament in Australia. Lastly, he became the top scorer too in the same tournament with 398 runs in seven matches including two centuries.
We can undoubtedly say that a sportsman whose achievements have become the benchmark for players in the world of cricket is very careful about his health and what he consumes.
Some things are best hidden until the right time. If you're wondering as to why I said so, Virat is eating a healthy snack (pictured), but we'll not reveal it now.
Read further and find out where the answer lies.
Virat made it to the list of 10 best dressed international men in 2012 which also had then POTUS Barack Obama. And, if that were any less, SportsPro put him in the race with Neymar, Rory McIlroy, and Usain Bolt by ranking him as the 13th most marketable athlete in the world. We hope that we see a day when Virat beats Bolt in this race of the most marketable athlete.
Oh yes, diet matters, and it is one of the facts which you'll know in the end.
It was 2013 when playing against Australia in Jaipur he scored a 100 in just 52 balls and made a record of the fastest century.
The next story will have the answer to your question.
"What's that healthy snack Virat is busy munching?"
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