Virat Kohli

Virat Kohli has been in stellar form this IPL season, consistently scoring runs at a rapid pace.

With 361 runs already under his belt at an impressive strike rate of 147.34 and an average of 72.20, the Royal Challengers Bangalore opener has notched up two half-centuries and a breathtaking unbeaten century.

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Now, he’s on the brink of surpassing his own record for the most runs in a single IPL season.

Kohli just needs 56 more runs to reach 1,000 runs against the Kolkata Knight Riders.

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If he achieves this, he’ll be the first player in IPL history to do it against three different teams.

However, some people are criticizing him for sometimes batting too slowly. In a recent match against the Rajasthan Royals, he scored a century, but it was the slowest century of this IPL season.

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This has led to a debate about whether his style of batting is effective in T20 cricket, where quick scoring is important.

Even though Kohli is a great player, some say he needs to be faster during the middle overs of the game.