India skipper Virat Kohli on Friday shared a throwback photograph on Twitter which was a collage of two pictures contrasting the looks of 16-year-old and a latest Kohli. He, presumably, was talking about the change in his physical appearance over the years.

Kohli wrote: “Me looking at my younger self going. #throwback #16yearsold.”

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It is to note that Kohli on Wednesday got past his deputy Rohit Sharma as the leading run-scorer in T20 internationals after his unbeaten 72 helped India record a facile seven-wicket victory over South Africa in the second T20 international in Mohali.

Kohli started the match on 2,369 runs in 65 innings to Rohit’s 2,434 runs in 88 innings. The 30-year-old now has 2,441 runs from 66 innings.

The classy right-hander will be seen on the ground next time on Sunday when India and South Africa meet for the third and final T20I in Bengaluru.