The Indian charm had illuminated the 2014 and 2016 releases of the ICC T20 World Cup. He was the main run-getter in 2014, when his 319 runs conveyed India to the last, where they lost to Sri Lanka. In 2016, Kohli completed in the second spot in the run diagrams (273) as India left in the semi-last stage. BCCI praised Kohli for adding one more quill in his cricket vocation.
He had played a game dominating knock of 82* against Pakistan and followed it up with an innings of 62 against Netherlands. Against South Africa, be that as it may, Kohli couldn’t keep his unbeaten run going as he was excused for 12.
Against Bangladesh, Kohli needed to show up on the pitch ahead of schedule subsequent to seeing captain Rohit Sharma leave for only 2 runs. Kohli carved out opportunity to get moving. He outperformed Mahela Jayewardene’s count of 1016 runs in T20 World Cups in the seventh over.
Virat’s best exhibition in the T20 World Cup 2022 has unarguably come in the match against Pakistan. The banner kid of Indian cricket himself conceded that he would rate the thump over his Mohali innings against Australia.