Virat Kohli New Record in IPL, Kohli Became the Second Batsman to Hit 500 Fours

Virat Kohli New Record in IPL
  • Virat Kohli achieved special status in IPL, became the second batsman to make this record

Virat Kohli became the second batsman to hit 500 fours in the IPL. Now Shikhar Dhawan is ahead of him. Dhawan has scored 5044 runs in 169 matches at an average of 35.02. Which includes 575 fours and 106 sixes. In third place is Suresh Raina. He has hit 493 fours and 194 sixes in 193 matches. Raina is not playing this season, but till last season he has scored a total of 5368 runs in the IPL.

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Gautam Gambhir has scored 491 fours in 154 matches. Kohli has scored 5777 runs in 187 matches at an average of 38.77. Which includes 500 fours and 199 sixes. Kohli played a total of 10 matches in this season till Wednesday 21 October and scored 365 runs during this period. These include 20 fours and 9 sixes. Kohli has put up 38 fifties in the IPL so far. KKR and Bengaluru set three records during the match. Virat Kohli New Record in IPL.

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There were Three Records in the IPL on Wednesday Night

First- Virat Kohli became the second batsman to score 500 boundaries. Second- Mohammed Siraj has made a new record of IPL by making two medons. He became the first bowler to score 2 medals in the IPL. Third- KKR scored the smallest score of this season. It is also the lowest KKR score in IPL seasons so far. The special thing is that both these teams are also involved in the case of alltime IPL low-score. In 2017, RCB were reduced to just 49 against KKR.

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With the victory against KKR, the ACB has reached the second place in the points table of IPL 2020. At the same time, Mumbai’s team is now at number three. RCB will now qualify for the IPL 2020 playoffs with a match win.


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