Virat made his debut against Sri Lanka in August 2008.
In 2008, India won the Under-19 World Cup under the captaincy of Virat.
Dainik BhaskarJan 15, 2020, 06:01 PM IST Sports Desk. Indian captain Virat Kohli on Wednesday told about his favorite moment of his career. He said, "The most special moment or special day of my life will always be the day I was selected for the Indian team. That day I was at home with my mother and watching the news, I was not getting to know anything, then my name flashed on the TV. I did not understand what to do. "
Virat told, "I was mad with happiness, I didn't know whether to sit, stand, run or jump … I think this is the only moment that I am eight any day I would like to multiply times and repeat. Playing a series or tournament is a major achievement for the national team. It is as if you have attained perfection. But for this you have to work hard. It's a feeling you can't repeat. "
'This moment keeps me grounded'
Virat said, 'The early stages of my career are always in front of me, because it gives me clarity, vision and inspiration. Also, it keeps me grounded and reminds me where I am from. ' Since his debut in 2008, he has played 84 Tests, 243 ODIs and 78 T20 matches so far. During this time, he has scored more than 7 thousand runs in Tests and more than 11 thousand runs in ODIs. He averages over 50 in all three formats. He also has 70 international centuries to his name (Test-27, ODI-43).