Dubai: Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) captain Virat Kohli (Virat Kohli) has returned to form by playing an unbeaten 72 runs against Rajasthan Royals (RR) in the last match. Virat Kohli’s bat was upset with him in the first 3 matches of IPL 13, but now Kohli is back in rhythm.
In such a situation, in the 19th match of IPL 2020 on Monday, Virat can also be seen in front of Delhi Capitals. With this, Kohli’s bat can also bring out many great records in T20 cricket including IPL.
Kohli 10 steps away from 9000 runs in T20 cricket
If Virat Kohli is able to score 10 runs while playing against Delhi Capitals, then he will cross the magical figure of 9000 runs in T20 cricket (T20). If this happens, Virat will become the only Indian cricketer to score 9000 runs in T20 cricket.
Also, he will be the 7th cricket in the world to do this feat. Currently, Kohli has 8990 runs under 270 innings of 285 matches, which have come with the help of 5 centuries and 65 half-centuries. It is known that in TV cricket, marathons like Chris Gayle, Kieron Pollard, Shoaib Malik, Aaron Finch, David Warner and Brandon McCullum have already crossed 9000 runs. Now Kohli’s eyes will be on these veterans joining the club.
Virat can become the second player to score the most fours in IPL
It is worth noting that in the Indian Cricket League (IPL), the record of big sixes is known. But batsmen of style like Virat Kohli have sent the ball a lot of times in this league. On the basis of which Virat Kohli can become the second player in the IPL to score the most fours against Delhi Capital (DC).
In fact, the second highest fours player in the IPL is Suresh Raina of CSK, who is not playing IPL this time. Raina has 493 in this tournament and Gautam Gambhir, who is fourth in this case with 491 fours.
In such a situation, Kohli can increase the figure of 487 squares in his IPL career by 7 squares and can beat these two giants and make them second in their name. Let us know that the highest number of 533 fours Shikhar Dhawan has been planted in the IPL.