Virat Kohli who heads the team for Royal Challengers Bangalore has not yet started his explosion in the IPL this year. In the match that took place on 28 September, Kohli didn’t show up with his master play against Mumbai Indians.
In the 3 matches that RCB played against SRH, KXIP, and MI; Virat Kohli has scored 14, 1, and 3 runs respectively. Despite a super-over win in the 3rd match that RCB played of IPL 2020, Kohli has been underperforming.
A total of 18 runs in the first 3 matches of this edition demote Kohli to a worst average of six compared ever since the IPL started in 2008. The first ever worst performance of this right-handed batsman comes just after a long gap of play since the pandemic started in March 2020.
For the time being, Kohli’s strike-rate of batting averages at 62.07 while his tally reads 37 runs from three games in the first edition of IPL.