IPL 2016: Kohli breaks 2 T20 world recordsMay 23, 2016 11:56
Indian skipper, Virat Kohli yet again carried his bat through, on Sunday, guiding Royal Challengers Bangalore, to the IPL 2016 playoffs.
Kohli, after losing Chris Gayle and AB de Villiers early, has soaked all the pressure with an unbeaten 54-run knock. The skipper, in the league’s 9th edition, has shattered multiple records and his latest 50 helped him breach another significant batting barrier.
The right-hander beat teammate Gayle's record of most 50-plus T20 scores in a single year. Not only that, the 27 year old, even smashed England's Jason Roy's record of most 50-plus scores in a T20 tournament.
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RCB’s after achieving second place, now have two shots at getting to the May 29th final. This will help the in-form Virat to go past Gayle for most T20 runs in a year.
Kohli is aiming at his first IPL title, while his astounding numbers helps fans, put his performances in perspective.
By Phani Ch