Virat Kohli the run machine, the 2nd Player to score 16,000 runs in White ball Cricket

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On Sunday, Virat Kohli became the 2nd player to score 16,000 runs in white ball cricket. He is one of the most dangerous players who is always hungry for runs.

The “Run Machine,” Virat Kohli, was in full flow during the game, alternating between the roles of attacker and anchor as needed.
In 48 balls, he scored 63 runs, including three fours and four sixes. His strike rate, which was 131.25, was also rather good.

104 runs were scored because of a fantastic partnership between Kohli and Suryakumar Yadav (69).

In ODI and T20I matches as of right present, Kohli has 16,004 runs.

Averaging 55.95, these runs were scored during 352 innings in 369 white-ball cricket games.

He has 44 hundred and 97 half-centuries in white-ball cricket.

The Run Machine Virat Kohli

In 262 ODIs, he amassed 12,344 runs at an average of 57.68. He has scored 43 centuries and 64 half-centuries with his bat. As a result, he received the highest overall score (183).

Virat has scored 3,660 runs at an average of 50.83 in 107 T20I games. On the other hand, he only managed to score 10 runs during the Master Blaster’s only T20I. In 464 white-ball games, Sachin has scored 18,436 runs overall, averaging 43.58 runs per game.

The visitors scored 186/7 in their 20 overs for the third T20I against Australia. In response to Cameron Green’s 52 off 21 balls, they got off to a quick start.

Axar Patel (3/33) and Yuzvendra Chahal (1/22) helped the Men in Blue mount a comeback after that, restricting the Australians’ ability to score runs and leaving them at 117/6 after 13.5 overs.

Virat Kohli Vs Australia 2nd Player

The visitors then reached 186/7 in their 20 overs thanks to a 68-run stand between Tim David (54) and Daniel Sams (28*).

The star player for India was Axar, who continued his impressive series play. Each of Chahal, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, and Harshal Patel took a wicket.

After losing skipper Rohit Sharma (17) and openers KL Rahul (1) early in the 187-run chase, Team India struggled at 2/30.

After a couple of runs in his first 20 balls, Virat Kohli took the lead in the batting order, and Suryakumar Yadav smashed the Australians all over the place as they put together an incredible 104-run partnership in just 62 balls.

The stand was broken when Josh Hazlewood dismissed Yadav for 69 off 36.

After that, Virat attempted to win the game when he hit his half-century but was caught by captain Aaron Finch off a Sams’s pitch for a good 63 off 48.

India’s Hardik Pandya (25* off 16 balls) smashed a four on the final ball to secure victory for his team.

At 187/4, Team India’s innings were over, and they went on to win the game by a margin of six wickets.

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