Royal Challengers Bangalore Innings total: 205/3 in 20 overs.
Royal Challengers Bangalore Innings
The Bangalore skipper reached the landmark in 160 innings at an average of 38.24 and now has 5110 runs in the tournament.
In the same match, Kohli also became the second batsman from India to complete 8,000 runs in T20 cricket after Suresh Raina. He is the seventh batsman to do so in T20 cricket.
Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers batting together is like a dream for the cricket fans. It always comes true during the Indian Premier League (IPL) as the duo sets the stage on fire at least once together on the 22 yards. Watch the full inning of Virat Kohli
— Cricket World Cup 2019 (@iccworldcup019) April 5, 2019
Virat Kohli’s career has been defined by mammoth individual scores in the ODIs. Ever since his debut in 2008, Kohli has gone past some of the greatest players in the cricketing history and at only 29, has the second most number of centuries, behind only his mentor Sachin Tendulkar.
Be it scoring rapidly in the first innings or chasing steadily in the second innings, once Kohli crosses the 50-run mark, a score of 100 or more is almost confirmed.
With Captain Kohli scoring highest score last night against kolkKol Knight Riders, we take a look at some of his most memorable Innings in T20s.
A look at Kohli’s numbers show he is the world’s best chaser in ODIs as well as in T20Is and his exploits have made chasing his signature. The stylish right-hander holds the record for most half-centuries in T20Is. However, that is not the only reason why he is so highly regarded.
The man who has a Bradmanesque average of over 50 in T20s plays pure cricketing shots, still strikes at over 130 and has got out in single digits only five times in less innings, an indicator of how he cannot be easily frazzled.