Wednesday , July 24 2024

'Kohli' announced his retirement, won U19 World Cup with Virat!

The Indian cricket team recently lost the match in the final of the Under-19 World Cup 2024 but it won everyone's hearts. Before this, Team India has won the Under-19 World Cup title five times. One of the notable wins was the 2008 Under-19 World Cup, which Team India won under the captaincy of Virat Kohli. In that World Cup, one Kohli was the captain and the other Kohli was also present in the team. His name was Taruvar Kohli who was opening for the team. Now Taruvar Kohli has announced his retirement.

Did not get a chance to debut in the Indian team

Taruvar Kohli has been a great first-class cricketer but unfortunately he did not get a chance to debut for Team India. A triple century is also recorded in his name. His best score is 307 runs unbeaten. His average in first-class cricket was 53 and he also scored 14 centuries.

Who is Taruwar Kohli?

Taruvar Kohli was a right handed batsman. He was born on 17 December 1988 in Jalandhar, Punjab. He was also a right-arm medium bowler. He was bought by Rajasthan Royals in IPL 2008. Then in 2009, he was also a part of Kings XI Punjab (now Punjab Kings). He did not show any magic in the IPL during his first-class and List A career. His name started disappearing after 2009-10, then he came into limelight again after scoring a triple century for Punjab in the 2013 Ranji Trophy.

View first-class and List A records

Talking about Taruvar Kohli, he played 55 matches in first-class cricket and scored 4573 runs in 97 innings. He also has 74 wickets in his name. Apart from this, Kohli has scored 1913 runs in his List A career by playing 72 matches. Taruwar scored 14 centuries and 18 half-centuries in first-class cricket and averaged 53.8. Apart from this, he also has 41 wickets in his name along with 3 centuries, 11 half-centuries.