Virat Kohli continued to despair his fans by scoring 3,1,14 in three consecutive matches. Despite this, he is on the verge of creating history in T20 Matches. When he will be facing RR today in Abu Dhabi, he has a chance to complete 9000 runs in T20s by adding 82 runs. If he achieves this milestone, he would be the first Indian batsman who gets that landmark and the 7th batsman in the world to make 9000 T20 runs.
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Kohli has scored 8918 runs in 269 innings at an average of 40.72 with a strike rate of 134.24. He made five centuries and 64 fifties during his journey. In IPL, he scored 5430 runs in 180 matches. He is also at the top in scoring the most runs in IPL whereas Suresh Raina, Rohit Sharma, David Warner, Shikhar Dhawan, and AB de Villiers are at following orders.
RCB has played three matches in IPL so far wherein they have succeeded to book their victory in two against Sunrisers Hyderabad and Mumbai Indians. They suffered a humiliating defeat against Kings XI Punjab.
RAJASTHAN WIN TOSS & BAT!🏏
It might be raining at Edgbaston but shockingly the weather’s better in Abu Dhabi!
Steve Smith won the toss & #RR will bat vs RCB.
That means it’s Jos Buttler time! #IPL2020
— Sky Sports Cricket (@SkyCricket) October 3, 2020
RR have won the toss and elected to bat first.
— Royal Challengers Bangalore (@RCBTweets) October 3, 2020