One batsman whom the bowlers are dreaded to bowl this IPL is Virat Kohli. He is currently in the form of his life and smashing records with every passing game. The right-handed batter is in such a sublime form and consistency that no bowler can trouble him at this moment. He is no doubt one of the finest batsman India have produced in the last decade. Equally proficient in all three formats, Kohli is one of the few batsmen in the world to average over 40 across formats. Hats off this cricketer who is now not less than the 'GOD' for cricket lovers.
IPL 2016 saw some great batting performance from this man. Leading his team, Royal Challengers Bangalore, Virat played like a true leader in every game and sets example of how to lead from the front. It seems there's no stopping the milestone-man as he became the first batsman in Indian Premier League history to go past 800-run mark in a single season. In the process of reaching the record, the 27-year-old also notched up his fourth century of IPL 2016 in Bengaluru against Kings XI Punjab and was a treat to watch out for. His innings of 113 runs off 50 balls, which consisted of 12 fours and 8 sixes, was one of the best innings of the season. Riding on his knock, RCB put up a massive total of 211 runs in 15 overs in a rain-hit match and won the match by 82 runs.
In their previous match against Kolkata Knight Riders, Virat Kohli, broke his team mate Chris Gayle's record to become the highest scorer in a single edition of the tournament. He is now the holder of the Orange Cap with four centuries and five fifties. He became the first batsman to blast four hundreds in an IPL season. There's no bowler in this season, whom kohli has not hit off with his magical bat. Quite literally, this one-man army has brought his team to the number three position in this season of Indian Premier league. RCB before the two qualifiers, is at the third position in the point table with 14 points. They are yet to play one match before Semifinals begins.
We want to see some more blazing from this man's bat. Now that RCB is in the top four, so get ready to witness some more action from Virat Kohli's bat. RCB will play Delhi Daredevils in their last league match on 22nd of May. Being Kohli's ardent fans, we would like to see him in the final of IPL too.