Royal Challengers Bangalore are performing brilliantly at this time in the 13th season of IPL. The team is currently second in the points table after Delhi Capitals after winning 7 out of their 10 matches. At the same time, the bat of RCB captain Virat Kohli is also speaking well this season. On the other hand, captain Virat Kohli registered another achievement in his name on Wednesday. Kohli hit 500 fours to become the second batsman to do so in IPL history.
Earlier, Shikhar Dhawan achieved this record. Dhawan has the highest number of 575 fours in the IPL. While CSK's team is not playing this season, the batsman Suresh Raina has 493 names and Gautam Gambhir has 491 fours. Australia batsman and Sunrisers Hyderabad captain David Warner has hit 485 boundaries in IPL history. Virat Kohli has done this feat by playing 187 IPL matches. Virat played two fours against Kolkata Knight Riders on Wednesday.
Kohli's 500th four came off Lockie Ferguson. Let me tell you that at this time Virat Kohli is the highest run-scorer in the history of IPL. Virat has 5777 runs in 187 matches. The batsman has scored an average of 38.77 runs in IPL and his strike rate is 131.26 during this period. The same Kohli has five centuries and 38 half-centuries in the IPL. At present, apart from Virat, many batsmen are in excellent form in RCB.