Virat Kohli has rated his 2011 World Cup win as the biggest achievement of his illustrious career.
In a decade long career, Kohli has won almost everything the game of cricket offers and now will be looking to add the glorious World Cup triumph second time in his cabinet.
While speaking at a promotional event in Bengaluru, Kohli said that winning the World Cup 2011 still remains his biggest achievement.
“My career highlight is obviously winning the World Cup in 2011. I was 23 at the time, and I probably didn’t understand the magnitude of it. But now at 34, and has played many World Cups, which we haven’t been able to win, So, I understand the emotions of all the senior players (in 2011),” Kohli said.
2011 World Cup: Stuff of dream
Ex-Indian skipper also mentioned Sachin Tendulkar saying that winning the 2011 World Cup in Mumbai was a ‘stuff of dream’ for master blaster.
Kohli had scored 282 runs in 9 matches for Team India at the 2011 World Cu.
The Delhi batter made a significant contribution of 35 (49) in the summit-clash against Sri Lanka at Wankhede Stadium. Team India won by 6-wicket at the Wankhede stadium.