Virat Kohli will be a proud man as the Indian skipper now holds a special section in the cricket museum ‘Blades of Glory’, which was inaugurated in Pune on Thursday.
There is a special section dedicated to him which includes his used ODI T-Shirt, Test shirt, pads, gloves, bat and helmet. There is also a special photo gallery which holds a collection of photos of Kohli’s presence on the field. Along with it, there is also special scoreboard which includes Kohli’s superlative acts in the contests he has played.
Virat was so impressed with the museum highlighting his career that he donated his bat and t-shirt which he used while scoring a double century against New Zealand last year.
The museum has been founded by Rohan Pate, who was also present while the inauguration of the stadium.
Virat Kohli will soon be up for a challenge for the limited-overs series against England where he will be leading India as full-time skipper for the first time. Also, it will be the first time when M.S. Dhoni will play under Virat Kohli.
The limited-overs series comprising of three ODIs and three T20Is will start from January 15 with the first contest to be played at Pune.
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