Ahead of the IPL 2023 opener on 31 March, the former Royal Challengers Bangalore Skipper has shared his 10th Class marks cards on Koo. The move quickly went viral across social media platforms, with fans sharing it far and wide and the breaking the internet.
In the mark sheet Kohli shared, there are subjects like English, Hindi, Science and Technology, Mathematics, Social Sciences, and Introductory IT (Information Technology). In all the subjects, the cricketer seemed to be an average student considering that he was also training by day as a batsman.
“It’s funny how the things that add the least to your mark sheet, add the most to your character,” he wrote.
Kohli has made no secrets about his academic performance as a student. He’s reported to have remarked that he never worked as hard in cricket as he did to score passing marks. Kohli enjoys a massive following online and his recent post soon caught the attention of the netizens.
Kohli only studied till class 12 and waved goodbye to education afterward to pursue his dream as a cricketer. He completed his schooling at Savior Convent School in Paschim Vihar, Delhi. He cleared 10th grade in 2004 from the same school.
While sharing the mark sheet, Kohli pointed out how there was no mention of a sport on the official scoreboard. This lack of sports education and training in the country leads to many talents like Kohli going unnoticed and ultimately wasted. He noted the lack of sports in Indian schools in his caption which read, “It’s funny how the things that add the least to your marksheet, add the most to your character.