Virat Kohli’s net worth: How much money does India’s cricket captain have in his bank account?
This week, VIRAT KOHLI and India’s cricket squad faced Australia in the series’ third International T20 match. How much money does Virat Kohli have in the bank and what is his net worth?
Virat Kohli, 32, is largely regarded as one of the best batters of recent times, having spent almost a decade at the highest level of international cricket. What is his net worth, and how much does he earn?
On Tuesday morning (UK time), India met Australia in the first match of their T20 series, which Australia won.
For the visitors, Virat Kohli came to the crease at No 3 and scored 85 runs in the chase.
Kohli is playing in his 85th international T20 match, and he has a total of 2,843 runs to his credit.
In December 2019, he had his highest score of 94 not out against the West Indies.
According to Celebrity Net Worth, the India captain has a net worth of roughly £37 million ($50 million).
He is one of three Indian cricketers to receive an A+ contract.
A minimum salary of £750,000 ($1 million) is guaranteed under these contracts.
He is anticipated to earn roughly £1.5 million ($2 million) each year when his annual victories are added together.
His celebrity has landed him a lot of endorsement deals with major corporations.
He has endorsement partnerships with Audi, Puma, Valvoline, Hero, and a slew of other brands.
Kohli is believed to make more than £15 million ($20 million) per year from his sponsorship and advertising deals.
He’s appeared in a number of commercials for various sponsors on television. Kohli was prominently featured in a Google Duo commercial in March of this year.
India knows they’ve already won the series when they play Australia in the third and final T20 match.
This month, the visitors took a 2-0 lead, extending India’s unbeaten Twenty20 streak to eleven games.
Kohli has continued to smash records as India’s captain, and the series victory was a new one for him.
He has now won T20I series in South Africa, England, New Zealand, and Australia, making him the first Indian skipper to do so.
India, on the other hand, had just lost the ODI series against Australia 2-1 coming into the T20 series.
Kohli confessed that the superior hosts “totally outplayed” his squad.
“We needed to bowl in one place for a long time, which we didn’t do. We got to 340 and were still 50 short, so the pursuit was always a little too steep,” he added.
“The areas,” according to the Brinkwire Summary News.