Indian men’s cricket team captain Virat Kohli has the following superlatives to his credit: 

Only player with 50+ average in all formats –  50.03 (Test), 54.68 (ODI) and 52.96 (Test)
World Record - 10 centuries across all formats in a year (2017), the most by a captain (breaking the record of former Aussie skipper Ricky Ponting and former South Africa captain Graeme Smith, with nine each)
World Record - 5 double centuries as skipper, on par with former West Indies captain Brian Lara (Kohli took 48 innings, while Lara took 85)

One Day Internationals

First to score century on World Cup debut – India versus Bangladesh, 2011 World Cup at Mirpur, Bangladesh, on 21 February 2011
Best batting average (at least 100 matches) – 55.75 in 194 matches
Fastest century – 100 (not out) in 52 balls against Australia at Jaipur, Rajasthan, on 16 October 2013
Fastest to score 8,000 and 9,000 runs
WR: Fastest to score 25 centuries 

T–20 Internationals 

Most career runs – 1,748 runs
Only player to take wicket on 0th ball – Dismissed England’s Kevin Pietersen with a wide ball  (his first in T-20) in 2011, stumped by Dhoni
Indian Premier League
Most runs in an IPL edition – 973 runs during IPL 2016