The run machine of the Indian Cricket team Virat Kohli turned 31-year-old on November 5th, 2019. The Delhi-born Indian skipper has proved his prowess at each and every stage of his life. Whether it is T20 or Test match he has never backed down. In his lustrous cricket career, he faced many ups and downs, a lot of times he has also been trolled by the netizens for his aggressive behaviour on the pitch but he always stood strong and put up a positive smile on his face. This is the reason why he is admired by the whole cricket fraternity and is widely regarded as one of the best cricketers in the world.
Ever since he has stepped into the Indian Cricket team in 2008, he kept breaking the records of legendary cricketers and currently became second best batsmen in ICC Test rankings. He held the reigns of the national cricket team in Test format after the retirement of MS Dhoni and later in 2017 took the mantle of ODI captaincy also.
Being an outstanding captain of Team India, the sensational right-handed batsman made his side a formidable force in world cricket and set an example with his immense dedication and hard work.
The 31-year-old swashbuckling batsman recently took to Instagram and shared a nostalgic ‘Note to Self’ with his fans across the world. The caption of the post reads, “my journey and life’s lessons explained to a 15-year old me. Well, I tried my best writing this down. Do give it a read. 😊 #NoteToSelf”.
Here’s check out the heart-warming Instagram picture posted by Indian skipper Virat Kohli on his 31st birthday:
There is no need to say that all the Virat Kohli’s fans across the world flooded the social media platforms with heartfelt birthday wishes and blessings. The even started trending ‘#HappyBirthdayViratKohli’ and ‘#KingKohli’ hashtags on social media sites as Kohli’s birthday is no less than any festival for Indian cricket fans.
Here’s see the heartfelt messages and wishes posted by Kohli fans on Twitter to celebrate his 31st birthday
Virat Kohli: a great captain
A great captain and an entertaining batsman
— Ramesh Bala (@rameshlaus) November 4, 2019
— Raghavendra Byna Naidu (@BynaNaidu) November 4, 2019
Cricket icon Virat Kohli
— Troll Virat Kohli Haters (@TrollVKHaters) November 4, 2019
King of cricket
— Sai Pranav (@SaiPran85504999) November 4, 2019