16-year-old Virat Kohli: Have you seen his pic yet?

first_imgAfter guiding Team India to a dominating 7-wicket win over South Africa in 2nd T20I, a cheerful Virat Kohli expressed his happiness by sharing major throwback images of himself and captioned it Me looking at my younger self going. #throwback #16yearsoldIndian skipper can be seen posing for a portrait photo in the first image from his teens, and in the other photo, Virat looked all fit in a casual t-shirt.Me looking at my younger self going . #throwback #16yearsold pic.twitter.com/EMFtD7TMnl— Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) September 20, 2019Virat Kohli has redefined fitness as far as Indian cricket is concerned. The levels of fitness he has achieved, have now become a professional requirement for any young cricketer.On Wednesday, India gunned down a 150-run target with 1 over to spare, thanks to a stunning innings from Virat Kohli. Kohli led from the front with the bat as he struck his 22nd T20I fifty in a well-paced knock.Kohli was untroubled throughout the knock as he hit 4 boundaries and 3 sixes. He kept the scoreboard moving in a nonchalant manner. India gunned down a 150-run chase with 6 balls to spare as Virat Kohli remained unbeaten on 72 from just 52 balls.With the superlative knock, Kohli broke a plethora of records as the Indian skipper continued to amaze cricket fans with some sensational batting. Kohli overtook Rohit Sharma to become the batsman with most runs in T20I cricket.Kohli now has 2441 runs from 71 matches as he took his T20I average past 50 once again. Virat Kohli went onto register his 22nd half-century in T20Is and surpassed Rohit’s tally of 21 fifties. Kohli now has most 50+ scores in the shortest form of the game.advertisementAlso Read | It’s been an amazing journey so far: Hardik Pandya shares major throwback picAlso See:last_img read more

Apples 999 laptop stand creates stir online

first_imgSan Francisco: Apple has announced a PC monitor stand that costs a whopping $999, priced much higher than an iPhone X, currently on sale on Apple’s website starting at $749. It has got the social media on a roll. Apple made the “Pro Stand” announcement at the ongoing annual Worldwide Developers Conference in San Jose. The monitor stand comes for Apple’s new Mac Pro desktop, which starts at $6,000 and a display monitor called the Pro Display XDR that costs $4,999, CNN reported on Wednesday. Also Read – Spotify rolls out Siri support, new Apple TV app “The ‘Pro Stand’ has an intricately engineered arm that perfectly counter-balances the display so it feels virtually weightless, allowing users to easily place it into position,” Apple wrote on its website. “Why the hell would one do that?? Selling display without a stand is like selling a car without tyres.. #Apple #ProStand,” wrote another user. Even though the stand is optional, it remains unclear if the new Apple systems would be compatible with third-party monitor stands or not, the report said. Meanwhile, netizens were quick to take to social media and express their opinions on the new costly stand from Apple. “Apple announces $999 Pro Stand and the audience collectively groans #WWDC19 #MacPro #ProStand #ProDisplayXDR,” wrote a Twitter user.last_img read more