Virat Kohli of the RCB has 420 runs in 11 games of the IPL 2023 season. The 16th season of the Indian Premier League (IPL) saw a major accomplishment from run machine Virat Kohli.
In the current season of the lucrative league, the RCB legend has scored six half-centuries. The in-form RCB batsman had a rare batting misfire on Tuesday. During Bangalore’s away game against Mumbai Indians (MI) in the IPL 2023.
Former India captain Kohli became the first player in IPL history to reach 7,000 runs. He is frequently referred to as the greatest batter of the modern era of the game. In the cash-rich league, the former Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) captain has scored the most runs overall.
For Faf du Plessis and Company, Kohli is in fantastic shape. The only player to represent a single franchise in 16 straight seasons of the richest T20 tournament in the world is.
Is Kohli the only Indian batter who has received insufficient investment? asks an ex-Indian star while referencing a startling RCB statistic for the IPL 2023.
Aakash Chopra, a former India opener, blasted RCB for not having faith in Indian batters other than Kohli during the IPL 2023 while citing a notable statistic.”Virat Kohli has 7,000 runs for RCB.
Virat Kohli of the RCB has 420 runs in 11 games of the IPL 2023 season
Virat Kohli has scored 7000 runs for RCB. Then there’s not a single Indian batter with 1000 runs. In 16 years. A case of not investing enough in Indian batters except Kohli? Remember…half their games are at The Chinnaswamy… #TataIPL
— Aakash Chopra (@cricketaakash) May 10, 2023
There is also not a single Indian batter who has scored 1000 runs. Within 16 years. According to Chopra’s tweet, “The Chinnaswamy hosts half of the Indian batters’ games. … TataIPL. Is this a case of not investing enough in Indian batters outside of Kohli?”
In-game no. 1, Kohli was ejected for one off four balls. RCB and MI face off in Game 54 of the IPL 2023 at the Wankhede Stadium. At Wankhede, Suryakumar Yadav’s magnificent innings of 83 off 35 balls gave Mumbai the victory over RCB.
Speaking further about the game, Chopra also expressed his opinions regarding Rohit’s contentious dismissal from the recently finished match. “Rohit’s firing is being debated a fair amount. We initially assumed that there might be more than 3 meters between the stumps and the point of impact”.
But from what we understood, that is automatically flagged based on the ball’s trajectory. We assumed that it was less than 3 metres because it didn’t. In order to help and end the argument, Hawkeye should provide some clarification.