Unquestionably, Virat Kohli is one of the greatest batters India has ever produced. The former captain of India, who is renowned for his aggressive but efficient style of batting, needs three more ODI centuries to tie Sachin Tendulkar’s (49) record for the most ones scored in the 50-over format. In addition to this, Virat is renowned for being a fitness freak who is obsessive about his food and well-being. The star batter answered some odd questions in a video that he posted on Twitter, where he talked about the “weirdest diet” he’s ever gone on.
“Up till the age of 25. It was the weirdest diet ever. I mean I ate all the junk food in the world. So, that for me was weird. This is normal,” said Virat in a video posted on his Twitter.
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— Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) January 31, 2023
Notably, Kohli snapped his century drought against Afghanistan in the Asia Cup last year, becoming the first player to reach a hundred runs in Twenty20 internationals after going more than three years without doing so. The 35-year-old hasn’t looked back since, blasting three hundred in his last seven ODI appearances. With a total of 296 runs in six games, he also finished as the T20 World Cup’s top run-scorer.
The forthcoming four-match Test series against India will feature Virat as Australia’s “greatest concern,” according to an Australian batsman who recently praised him. “Yes he is world class batsman who has returned in form and he is the best test batter around the world this time so he could be the biggest fear once again for us. But yes one player defused this season badly and it is Rishabh Pant he is unfortunately not with the team. I wish he will recover soon and come back to the field.”