India‘s Test skipper Virat Kohli on Saturday celebrated his 28th birthday, as he had a formal celebration with Team India members at the team hotel in Rajkot, where the Indian team is currently staying ahead of the first of the five-Test series at the Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium in Rajkot from November 9. Kohli celebrated with the Indian players, while he cut a cake and also smeared it all over himself along with the fellow Indian players. In a video released by the BCCI, Kohli is seen dancing, while feeding the cake to Indian coach Anil Kumble, while the other players smear the cake on his face. FULL CRICKET SCORECARD: India vs England, 1st Test at Rajkot

India s Test skipper Virat Kohli celebrated his 28th birthday on Saturday. Not only him, the entire nation is in celebration mood as it is a special day of the poster boy of Indian cricket team. However, his birthday celebrations is not limited to India alone but it is also being celebrated across the globe. According to reports, the South Australia Tourism Commission (Adelaide Oval Team) have also done there bit for the charismatic batsman. The Adelaide Oval has been one of the major grounds for Kohli, where he has achieved a number of milestones, including his career best 90 in a Twenty20 International (T20I) versus Australia in January 2016 and as a mark of his achievements on the picturesque ground, there is a special gesture for the youngster on his birthday. Watch Virat Kohli celebrate his 28th birthday with friends and relatives

The Indian run-machine has been in terrific form this year, scoring runs at will especially in the shorter formats. He went past the score in excess of 50 seven out of eight times in Australia at the beginning of this year. Later, he was prolific in the ICC World T20 2016 as well as the ninth season of Indian Premier League (IPL), where he broke new barriers.

Later, he excelled in Tests too, hitting both the double hundreds of his career. He is now only 139 runs behind England s Joe Root in terms of most runs scored across formats in 2016.