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Virat Kohli Becomes The First-Ever Batter To Reach 4000 Runs in T20IS

He has also become the only player to score 250+ runs three times in the T20 World Cup history.

Virat Kohli is here to set records and not chase them. The modern-day great is back in the league of runs and there’s no stopping now. Kohli is consistently breaking records, performing terrifically in the ongoing T20 World Cup in Australia. First, he went ahead of Mahela Jayawardene to become the highest-scoring batter in the T20 World Cup history. And now, he has become the first-ever batter to score 4000 runs in T20 internationals.

Virat Kohli Setting New Records in T20 World Cup

Virat Kohli is one of the highest scorers in the ongoing T20 World Cup campaign. The right-handed batter has led the Indian batting charge in almost all its games. Consequently, his average for this season is set as high as 123.00. Moreover, he has become the only player to score 250+ runs three times in the T20 World Cup history. The legacy is glorious and Kohli looks in no form to slow down anytime soon.

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Virat Kohli has been on top of runs in T20I ever since his recent roaring return to form. And now, after delivering consistently for India, Kohli has become the first-ever batter to reach the 4000 runs mark in the T20Is. Moreover, he has become the highest-scorer non-Australian at the Adelaide Oval. The record comes in the hindsight of Kohli’s recent knock of an unbeaten 64 against Bangladesh at the venue.

In the latest update, Kohli batting against England in the ongoing T20 World Cup semi-final match has hit another half-century. The match currently unfolding at the Adelaide Oval witnessed Kohli become the first-ever player to score 1100 runs in the history of the T20 World Cup. Not stopping just there, Kohli is now also the first player to score 100 fours in T20 World Cup history. Kohli’s spectacular run in the latest edition of the T20 World Cup includes scoring four half-centuries within just 6 innings.

Ayushi Singh
Ayushi Singhhttp://thesportslite.com
Ayushi is a Journalism and Mass Communication undergraduate. An avid sports enthusiast, with an inclination towards Cricket. Likes to be well informed, as she likes to be well read. Will be found indulging in a book if not in India's 2011 WC win highlights.
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