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Will Virat Kohli break his own record, it becomes difficult to stop the bat


New Delhi. There was a lot of talk about the exclusion of Indian team’s great batsman Virat Kohli from the T20 format. After the T20 World Cup 2022, the selectors once again gave him a place in India’s T20 team and gave him a chance to stake a claim for World Cup selection. Virat Kohli has attacked his critics with the bat. In this season of the Indian Premier League, he is at the forefront in scoring runs and may break his own old record. Virat’s form before the T20 World Cup is great news for Team India.

In this season of the Indian Premier League, Virat Kohli has scored so many runs that it is impossible for anyone else to surpass him. This batsman played an important role in getting the team a place in the playoffs. In the year 2016, this stalwart created a similar storm with his bat, this time too. The difference is that this time he was being strongly criticized. Now the target of this star player is his own record of most runs scored in a season.

Virat Kohli is at the forefront
Virat Kohli is sure to get the Orange Cap this season. Playing 14 matches, the stalwart has scored 708 runs at an average of 64. At second place is Chennai Super Kings captain Rituraj Gaikwad, whose team has been eliminated. With 583 runs, he is second in the list of highest run scoring batsman. The third number belongs to Travis Head of Sunrisers Hyderabad. Head has scored 533 runs.

Will Virat Kohli break his own record?
The record of scoring the most runs in a season of the Indian Premier League is held in the name of none other than Virat Kohli. After playing 16 matches in 2016, this swashbuckler had scored 973 runs. This season, RCB has reached the playoffs by winning six consecutive matches. If the team wins in the Eliminator, then after this Virat Kohli will get to play Eliminator 2 and if the team wins there too, then he will show his strength in the final as well. If Virat plays three matches, he can break his own old records.

first published : May 20, 2024, 3:16 pm IST

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