Star batsman Virat Kohli, popularly known as King Kohli, is achieving new heights every day in his career. He made many records in his name in the match played against Chennai Super Kings on Saturday. One of these records is such that no batsman has been able to do this in the IPL till now.

Virat Kohli is the batsman who has scored the most runs at one position.

Virat Kohli has become the batsman who has scored the most runs at one position. He has scored more than 3 thousand runs in Chinnaswamy. Rohit Sharma’s name is after Kohli in this list. Who has scored 2295 runs in Wankhede. AB de Villiers is at number three. AB has scored 1960 runs in Chinnaswamy.

Second batsman after Shikhar Dhawan

With this, Virat Kohli has joined another elite list. He became the second batsman to hit 700 fours in IPL. Virat hit a four on the second ball of the second over against Shardul Thakur. With this he joined this club. Virat made this record in his 243rd innings. Dhawan has hit 768 fours in 221 innings. Rohit Sharma hit 599 fours.

equaling Chris Gayle’s record

With this, Virat Kohli equaled the record of veteran cricketer Chris Gayle. Virat Kohli has become the first Indian batsman to score more than 700 runs twice in IPL. Kohli had earlier scored 973 runs in 2016. If we talk about Chris Gayle, he has also done this feat twice. Gayle scored more than 700 runs in the 2012 and 2013 seasons.

Kohli scored 47 runs.

In this match, Kohli was batting brilliantly till the 9th over, but lost to Mitchell Santner in the 10th over. Virat Kohli could not read Santner’s ball and tried to shoot towards long on, but he missed and the ball went straight into the hands of Daryl Mitchell. However, here Mitchell lost his balance. He went to cross the boundary, but he showed wisdom and threw the ball out. After this he came inside and caught the ball. This is how Virat Kohli’s brilliant innings ended. In this brilliant innings, Kohli hit 3 fours and 4 sixes in 29 balls and scored 47 runs at a strike rate of 162.07. In this way he missed getting close to his half-century.