Virat Kohli's match used bat from the recently concluded Test series vs. New Zealand where Virat scored a double century in the last Test.*
LOT 57 - Virat Kohli signed match used bat
A phenomenal personality who has shattered many of crickets records in a short span of time. Coupled with a deep sense of integrity, purpose and passion, Virat is destined for greatness on and off the field. They said there will never be another Sachin Tendulkar, it's frightening to think but it can be now said there might never be another Virat Kohli. Virat came into limelight while representing Delhi in the Ranji Trophy on the very day of his father’s death. He displayed great character to stay on and bat and went on to score 90 runs. During the 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup, Virat Kohli became the first Indian to score a century on World Cup debut. In the Asia Cup of 2012, Virat scored a blistering 183 off 148 balls against Pakistan – the joint fourth-highest score by an Indian batsman in ODIs. His knock was also the highest individual innings against Pakistan surpassing Brian Lara‘s 156. Kohli became the fastest Indian batsman to reach the landmarks of 1000, 3000, 4000 and 5000 runs in ODI cricket. With his sensational 136 against Bangladesh, Kohli became the fastest cricketer to reach 19 ODI centuries – he is also the fastest to reach 10,15 and 18 ODI centuries. He holds the record for the fastest ODI hundred by an Indian. Arguably India's greatest ever chaser coupled with finishing innings with MS Dhoni. These are only some of the many fascinating statistics associated with the record shattering Virat Kohli and he's only peaking now.