Kohli last 10 T20 innings: Check out Virat Kohli’s last 10 IPL innings score
Updated on: Feb 27, 2023 6:50 pm IST
Kohli last 10 T20 innings: Virat Kohli is considered one of the best batsmen in the world, and his record in the Indian Premier League (IPL) is a testament to that. However, the last 10 innings of the former Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) captain have not been up to his usual standards. In this article, we will take a closer look at Kohli’s last 10 T20 innings in the IPL and what it means for his future performances.
Kohli Last 10 T20 Innings
Check out Kohli last 10 T20 innings in the IPL,
Qualifier 2 Vs Rajasthan 7 (8)
In RCB’s last game of IPL 2021, Kohli scored just 7 runs off 8 balls in the crucial game against Rajasthan Royals. His dismissal in the 7th over put RCB in a precarious position, and they eventually lost the game by 4 wickets. Kohli’s slow start to the innings put pressure on the middle order, and his dismissal gave Rajasthan the upper hand.
Eliminator Vs Lucknow 25 (24)
Kohli’s innings in the eliminator against the eventual champions Lucknow was better, but it still wasn’t enough to take his team over the line. He scored 25 off 24 balls, but his dismissal in the 15th over put RCB behind in the run chase. In the end, RCB fell short by 7 runs, and Kohli’s innings was criticized for being too slow.
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Match 67 Vs Gujarat Titans 73 (54)
In RCB’s last league game of IPL 2021, Kohli scored a much-needed half-century against Gujarat. He scored 73 off 54 balls and helped RCB post a competitive total of 164/6. Kohli’s innings was the only bright spot in an otherwise lackluster batting performance from RCB, but it wasn’t enough to take his team over the line, as Gujarat chased down the target with 10 balls to spare.
Match 60 Vs Punjab 20 (14)
In the game against Punjab Kings, Kohli was dismissed cheaply for just 20 runs off 14 balls. His dismissal in the 12th over put RCB under pressure, and they eventually lost the game by 34 runs. Kohli’s innings was criticized for being too slow, as RCB failed to keep up with the required run rate.
Match 54 Vs Hyderabad 0 (1)
Kohli’s dismissal in the game against Sunrisers Hyderabad was one of the quickest in IPL history. He was dismissed for a golden duck off just one ball, and RCB went on to lose the game by 6 runs. Kohli’s dismissal was a big blow to RCB’s chances, and they never recovered from it.
Match 49 Vs Chennai 30 (33)
In the game against Chennai Super Kings, Kohli scored 30 off 33 balls, but his innings was criticized for being too slow. RCB failed to chase down a target of 156, and Kohli’s innings was a big reason for their loss. His slow start put pressure on the middle order, and RCB eventually fell short by 6 runs.
Match 43 Vs Gujarat 58 (53)
In the game against Gujarat Lions, Kohli scored a half-century off 53 balls, but his innings was again criticized for being too slow. RCB posted a total of 134/9, which was never going to be enough, as Gujarat chased down the target with 6 wickets in hand. Kohli’s innings was the only bright spot in an otherwise lackluster batting performance from RCB.
Match 39 Vs Rajasthan 9 (10)
In the game against Rajasthan Royals, Kohli was dismissed cheaply for just 9 runs off 10 balls. His dismissal came only in the second over of the innings as he was caught by Riyan Parag off Prasidh Krishna. RCB lost the match by 29 runs.
Match 36 Vs Hyderabad 0 (1)
This was the second of the two golden ducks on the trot for Kohli in the 2022 season. The right-hander was dismissed in the slips caught by Aiden Markram of Marco Jansen. RCB could only post 68 on the board and lost the match by 8 wickets against SRH.
Match 31 Vs Lucknow 0 (1)
The first of the two back-to-back golden ducks came in the 31st match of IPL against Lucknow Super Giants. Although, Kohli was dismissed for a golden duck but his team managed to win the match by 18 runs.
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Virat Kohli’s recent form may not have been up to his high standards, but there is no denying his talent and ability as a batsman. He will be looking to bounce back from his poor run of form and lead RCB to their first IPL title. As the highest run-scorer in IPL history, Kohli has the experience and skill to guide his team to success. With the added responsibility of opening the batting, Kohli will need to be at his best in the upcoming season.