Virat Kohli, the star batter for Team India and Royal Challengers Bangalore, has made it to the list of Google's all-time most searched terms.
Google claims that the most searched-for cricket player worldwide is Virat Kohli. In the contemporary age, the 35-year-old has been among the best hitters.
Because of his leadership qualities, charm, and batting brilliance, Virat Kohli is frequently regarded as one of the most well-liked athletes in the world.
If the last 25 years have taught us anything, the next 25 will change everything. Here’s to the most searched moments of all time. #YearInSearch Google posted on X account.
Throughout the past fifteen years, Kohli has been among the best batters in the world, shattering several records and raising the bar for fitness levels. The former captain of India has performed admirably ever since making his debut on the international scene in 2008, earning him praise for being the ideal replacement for Sachin Tendulkar.
In 2023, the cricket community saw glimmers of the Virat Kohli of old. The magical batsman has amassed 1934 runs at an average of 66.68 over 34 appearances, placing him as the second-highest run scorer for India in international cricket this year. His total includes 8 hundreds and 9 half-centuries.
During the 2023 World Cup, Kohli was playing at an incredible level. With an astonishing average of 95.62 throughout 11 matches, the 35-year-old broke Sachin Tendulkar's record for most runs by scoring 765 runs, including three hundred and six half-centuries.
For the white-ball series against South Africa, Kohli has been rested; he will play in two Tests. He wants to finish the year well, therefore he'll be looking to do well at SuperSport Park in Centurion versus Proteas in the first Test.
The world's top batsman, Virat Kohli, made his debut for Team India in 2008 and has since become one of the game's biggest stars in international cricket.
With 26532 runs at an average of 54.36 in 518 matches—80 hundred and 138 half-centuries—Kohli is now the fourth-highest run scorer in international cricket.
During his 117-run innings in the World Cup 2023 Final versus New Zealand at Wankhede Stadium, the former captain of India set a record for the most ODI century with 50 runs.