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Friday, October 16, 2020

IPL 2020: Virat Kohli created history, surpassing Dhoni, set this big record in his name

 In the 31st match of IPL 2020, Virat Kohli scored 48 runs in 38 balls with the help of three fours against Kings XI Punjab.



RCB vs KXIP: In the 31st match of IPL 2020, Royal Challengers Bangalore batted first at the ground of Sharjah and gave the target of 172 runs to Kings XI Punjab. In his 200th match for RCB, captain Virat Kohli played an excellent innings of 48 runs. With this, King Kohli took a big record in this match.

In fact, after scoring 10 runs against Punjab, Kohli became the highest run-scorer in the IPL as a captain. He overtook Chennai Super Kings captain MS Dhoni and made this record in his name.

Dhoni has 4275 runs as captain in IPL. At the same time, Gautam Gambhir has won the IPL title twice to Kolkata Knight Riders at number three in this list. Gambhir has scored 3518 runs as captain.

Kohli became the first player in the world to play 200 matches for a franchise

Significantly, this is Virat Kohli's 200th match for Royal Challengers Bangalore. He has played 185 matches in the IPL for RCB and 15 matches in the Champions T20 League. In this way, Kohli has become the first player in the world to play 200 matches for a franchise. No player in the world has played 200 matches for a franchise before Kohli.

Bangalore gave Punjab a target of 172 runs

In this match, Bangalore batted first and scored 171 runs at the loss of six wickets in 20 overs. In the end for RCB, Chris Morris scored an unbeaten 25 runs in just 8 balls with a strike rate of 312.50. During this time, one four and three sixes came out of his bat. At the same time, leg-spinner Murugan Ashwin bowled brilliantly for Kings XI Punjab. He took two wickets for just 23 runs in the four overs of his quota.

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