Virat Kohli’s Top Brand Image Is Concerned For The Third Consecutive Year:
It has no doubt that Virat Kohli, the captain of the Indian cricket team is the greatest brand for International cricket. The Indian skipper keeps on breaking and creates new records-both as a batsman and as a pioneer every time whenever he steps onto a cricket field.
Presently, Kohli is guiding his team on their visit to New Zealand where he has set plenty of records as a captain. In T20 cricket, he has proved himself as the first captain, who can lead a 5-0 clean sweep.
Furthermore, on Thursday, the fascinating cricketer once again repeated his status as the main brand in the nation. He has been holding his numero-uno spot for the third successive year, whenever India’s number one brand celebrity image is concerned.
As indicated by an investigation done by a worldwide advising firm ‘Duff and Phelps’ titled Celebrity Brand Valuation Study 2019: “New is Gold”, Kohli has realized that his brand esteem rises by an amazing 39% to $237.5 million, which is more than double the second-place occupied Akshay Kumar, whose brand esteem is $104.5 million
Dhoni, Tendulkar, and Rohit are the other Indian cricketers in the best 20
Apart from Virat Kohli, different cricketers in the record of top 20 include Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar at the fifteenth position with a valuation of $25.1 million. Previous Indian commander MS Dhoni, who hasn’t played a worldwide match since July 2019 ends up at the ninth position [$41.2 million]. And the renowned hit-man Rohit Sharma is set at the twentieth position with a brand estimation of $23 million.
Virat Kohli indeed made some astounding memories with the bat just as the pioneer in 2019. This 31-year-old man has developed himself as the main run-scorer (2455) over all the three formats of the game for the fourth back to back calendar year. What’s more, while he was unable to lead India to World Cup glory, thanks to a tragic misfortune to New Zealand in the semi-final, Kohli still had enough motivation to twinkle as a pioneer.
Other than driving his nation to their inaugural Test series win on Australian soil, he managed inaugural two-sided ODI series win Down Under followed by India’s first ODI series win in New Zealand since 2009.