Virat Kohli, in his 149 T20 matches as skipper, has dominated 72 games and lost 67 of them while ten others finished in a draw or no outcome.
Regal Challengers Bangalore captain Virat Kohli on Monday accomplished achievement as a commander, joining MS Dhoni in a subtle rundown. Taking the field, at the Dubai International Stadium against Mumbai Indians on Monday for RCB’s third IPL 2020 game, Kohli turned into the third Indian player to highlight in 150 T20 matches as commander.
The other Indian aspect of the subtle rundown is previous Kolkata Knight Riders captain Gautam Gambhir. Generally speaking, he takes the fourth spot after Dhoni (273 matches), Daren Sammy (208 matches) and Gambhir (170 matches).
Kohli, in his 149 T20 matches as skipper, has dominated 72 games and lost 67 of them while ten others finished in a draw or no outcome. Of his 149 matches, Kohli drove Royal Challengers Bangalore in 112 games with the group winning 50 and losing 56 matches. Kohli went the Indian cricket crew in the staying 37 matches where the Men in Blue won 22 and lost 11.
Discussing the Mumbai Indians game, Kohli’s RCB has been put to bat first after winning the throw, even though it was something that the skipper was anticipating.
“We needed to bat first, it has functioned admirably for the groups. It’s a conventional yell to protect on this ground. We’re buckling down on our getting and handling, yet the pitch has played truly well. Dew hasn’t come in and KXIP demonstrated we can safeguard scores on this ground. I think we bowled well in the primary match, last game, we didn’t have the energy going into the passing overs,” Kohli said after the throw.
RCB have so far opened their mission with a 10-run triumph against Sunrisers Hyderabad before being whipped by Kings XI Punjab by an edge of 97 runs. Additionally, Kohli too is yet to discover his cadence having scored 14 and 1 in his initial two matches while likewise dropping two pivotal gets that brought about the substantial destruction against KXIP.