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  • Section dedicated to Kohli inaugurated at cricket museum

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23:4 HRS IST

Pune, Jan 11 (PTI) A special section dedicated to India skipper Virat Kohli was inaugurated today here at 'Blades of Glory', a museum of cricket memorabilia.

Rohan Pate, founder of the museum was present on the occasion along with Kohli.

The section dedicated to the right-handed batsman has his used ODI T Shirt, test shirt, pads, gloves, bat and helmet.

It also has a special photo gallery showing Kohli's glimpse on the field.

The section has a special scoreboard indicating his performance in all forms of international cricket.

Impressed with the museum, Virat donated his T Shirt and bat that he used while scoring a double century against New Zealand recently.

The Delhi player applauded the collection at the museum and expected that the museum gets bigger since there is no enough space to accommodate all the collection that Rohan possesses.

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