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Virat Kohli’s 18 Year Old Class X School Photo Goes Viral, Was A Captain Even Back Then

Virat Kohli has now become an emotion for all his fan. The Indian captain is now the leading cricketer in the world who continues to make India proud. Time and time again Kohli’s old school photos go viral on the internet which is always intriguing.

Today an 18-year-old school photo of Kohli surfaced on social media platforms and captain beside his name fascinated everyone. Even when Kohli was a little boy in class X of his school he was the leader of the U-15 cricket team. This proves leadership has always come naturally to him and he excels when he is the Captain.

Virat Kohli’s 18 Year Old Photo School Photo Goes Viral

It is believed that Kohli shifted Saviour Convent school in Paschim Vihar to focus more on cricket. For Kohli cricket was always his first love and he had dreams of representing India from a young age. In 2002-03 he was selected in Delhi’s team for Polly Umrigar Trophy.

Kohli impressed everyone with his batting as he scored 172 runs in the tournament. On 27 September 2003, Kohli was named as the captain of the side of Saviour Convent school Delhi’s U-15 team.

The leadership even then brought the best out of young Kohli. He smashed 390 runs in 5 innings at an average of 78 in the tournament.

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Here’s The Photo 

Meanwhile. now it seems Kohli was destined for greatness from a very young age. Under his captaincy, India won the 2008 U-19 world cup and he has fast-tracked in the national side. Now Virat Kohli is the captain of team India as well as for his IPL side the Royal Challengers Bangalore. The 32-year-old is considered the greatest all-format batsman of all time as he continues to shatter records with each match.

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