Virat Kohli is a player who is born to chase, break and create records. He already is the highest run-scorer in T20I with 3159* runs to his name, along with that, he has the highest average 52.65* and most number of the fifties (28*). And In the eliminator played between Kolkata Knight Riders and Royal Challengers Bangalore, Virat Kohli, who opened the inning for his team became the 2nd Indian batsman to hit 900 fours in T20 cricket. Shikhar Dhawan is the first Indian with 986* fours to his name.
The eliminator was a very important match, not only for Kohli as a batsman but also for Kohli the Captain, as this is going to be his final season as RCB Captain. Although he has said that he will still be around as a player and might get a chance to win the trophy in the coming year, still, nothing matches the excitement of leading a side to win a tournament. And knowing Kohli the leader, his fans know that he will give it his all to win it for his side. However, KKR will be trying its best to spoil the party for Kohli and company as they too have been chasing this opportunity for a long time now. They won their last title in the year 2014.
Kohli currently is in the 7th position of people with most fours in T20 cricket. While Dhawan is on the second position of the list, it is none other than Chris Gayle who tops the list with a mammoth number of 1105* fours against his name.