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Virat Kohli IPL runs, Matches, Batting Average, Strike Rate, Sixes, Hundreds

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Virat Kohli has been one of the most consistent run scorers in the Indian Premier League history. His leadership may not have helped the RCB to lift the title, but Kohli has been the team’s best performer since 2008.

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Given Below is the overall stats of Virat Kohli in Indian Premier League history.

Matches Runs Average Strike Rate Fours Sixes
207 6283 37.39 129.94 546 210

Last Updated 12.3.2022

Virat Kohli has amassed 6283 runs in 207 matches at a strike rate of 129.94, with an average of 37.39, including 546 Fours and 210 Sixes, and is also the player with most runs in the tournament. He emerged as the leading run scorer in the Indian Premier League 2016 season, with 973 runs in 16 matches, which is the highest individual score in a single IPL Edition. His performances helped the team to reach the finals, and emerge as the runner up.

Related: RCB’s Highest Score in IPL

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3 Best Innings of Virat Kohli in Indian Premier League

The 2 best innings of Virat have come in 2016 edition, while not highly rated came in 2013.

1. 113 off 50 against Kings XI Punjab in 2016

The favourite knock of Virat Kohli itself, was vital for Royal Challengers Bangalore to finish on top 2 positions in the points table, which propelled them to get 2 chances for reaching the finals. He garnered 113 off 50 balls to steer the RCB to 211, and ultimately winning by 82 runs, and thereby had the best net run rate as well.

2. 109 off 55 against Gujarat Lions in 2016

This game is known for the historic 229 runs partnership between Virat Kohli and Ab De Villiers, with both hitting a century and posting the 2nd highest total for RCB team of 248 in Indian Premier League history and the team securing a victory by 144 runs.

Related: Highest partnership in IPL

3. 99 off 58 against Delhi Daredevils in 2013

In this fixture, the team struggled to get a good start with early wickets, but the captain Kohli took it upon himself to stitch crucial partnerships with Henriques and De Villiers. Although he missed the century by a whisker, his knock made sure the team wins a thriller by 4 runs.

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Harshit Rathi

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