New Delhi, June 2: With his exceptional power hittings India's 'run machine' Virat Kohli shattered several records in Twenty20 history during Indian Premier League (IPL) that has left cricket experts awestruck.
The Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) skipper and opener entertained millions of cricket fans and almost single-handedly took his side into the final.
His team may not have managed to win the maiden trophy, but India's run machine Virat Kohli has had a dream run in the tournament.
With his batting masterclass, the prolific right-handed batter played some exquisite innings in the ninth edition of tournament and created some incredible records as well.
Known for his immaculate timing and technique, the Delhi batsman smashed four centuries this season and ended the tournament as the Orange Cap winner for amassing maximum runs in the cash-rich league.
Apart from hitting maximum centuries, most sixes in the tournament, the 27-year-old also set a unique record which no body even discussed about.
Virat also became the first player to spend more than 1,000 minutes at the crease in an IPL season, a feat that is a rarity in the shortest format of the game.