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“Maine Toh School Bhi Nahi Kiya” – When Virat Kohli Revealed His Educational Qualification In An Interview With Amir Khan

Virat Kohli
Virat Kohli (Photo: Twitter)

Team India cricketer Virat Kohli is undoubtedly one of the greatest players of this generation. He has been a prolific run-scorer for India over the last decade, breaking several records. The Indian team has also achieved historic wins under his leadership. He has earned a massive fan following due to his on-field and off-field persona. The fans are always keen to know more about the stylish cricketer and often wonder about his educational qualifications.

A few years ago, in a candid interview with actor Amir Khan, Virat Kohli revealed a lot about his personal and professional life. He also spoke about his educational qualification during the interview. Kohli revealed that he passed his 11th std exams, but could not appear for his 12th exams, The Indian cricketer, had to focus on the game, and hence could not appear for the exams.

“Maine 12th bhi nahi kari hai. 11th I passed (sic) after that I started playing U-19 cricket for India when I was 16. Aapne 12th toh kari hai na, maine toh school bhi nahi kiya.” (I did not complete my 12th standard. At least you’ve completed your 12th standard studies, I did not finish my school),” said Virat Kohli to Amir Khan.

I used to get 3, I was that good: Virat Kohli reveals how disgusted he was after securing 3/100 in Maths

The former Indian skipper had once also revealed that he wasn’t good at Maths during his school days. He revealed an incident when he secured just three marks out of 100 in a Maths test. Speaking on a sports web show, ‘In Depth with Graham Bensinger’, Virat Kohli said,

“So in math, we used to have exams and the maximum marks we could get in 100, right? I used to get 3, I was that good. I did not understand, why someone would even want to learn math. I could not understand the complications behind it, I have never used those formulas in life.”

Virat Kohli will make a comeback to the Indian team for the Asia Cup 2022 after a break from the sport. He was rested for the West Indies tour and will also miss the ODI series against Zimbabwe. The right-handed batter has not been in the best of forms off late and will be keen to make an impact in the Asia Cup 2022 tournament.


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