PBKS VS RCB / Virat missed a century but made this record, this happened for the first time

Vikrant Shekhawat : May 10, 2024, 07:15 AM
PBKS VS RCB: Whenever Virat Kohli comes to the crease, some record is made or broken. The same thing has happened once again. In the 58th match of IPL 2024, Virat's bat spoke loudly and this player played a brilliant inning of 92 runs. Often questions are raised on Virat Kohli's strike rate but this player removed that complaint in this match. Virat scored runs at a strike rate of more than 195 and he hit 6 sixes and 7 fours. Even though Virat Kohli missed a century, he made a big record in IPL history.

Virat's big feat

Let us tell you that Virat Kohli has become the first batsman in IPL history to score more than 1000 runs against not one, not two but three teams. Virat completed 1000 runs against Punjab and apart from this he has also touched the thousand mark against Delhi Capitals and Chennai Super Kings.

Virat has crossed 600

Virat Kohli has scored a lot of runs this season. This player has touched the figure of 634 in 12 matches. Virat Kohli's average is 70.44 and he has scored 5 half-centuries and one century. The big thing is that Virat's strike rate is more than 150 and this is his best performance in the last five years.

Virat stay lucky

Let us tell you that Virat Kohli proved to be very lucky against Punjab. When this player could not even open his account, his catch was dropped by Ashutosh Sharma. After this, Virat Kohli did not give any chance to Punjab. Virat batted fast and took Bengaluru to 50 runs in just 5.3 overs. After this, this player made an excellent half-century partnership with Patidar. Virat completed his half-century in 32 balls and after this his batting gear changed. Virat continued batting aggressively in the middle overs also. After the half-century, this player hit 4 more sixes. However, when Virat was on 92 runs, he gave the wicket to Arshdeep Singh. However, this innings of Virat was successful in taking Bengaluru to a big score of 241 runs.