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Virat Kohli Scripts History, Becomes First Indian Ever To Achieve Massive Feat

Virat Kohli played his 100th T20 match at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium as Royal Challengers Bengaluru took on Lucknow Super Giants in the IPL 2024 match on Tuesday. The star Indian cricket team batter became the first Indian player in history to play 100 T20 matches at a single venue. The second place belongs to Rohit Sharma who has played 80 matches at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. MS Dhoni is third with 69 matches at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai.

Indian players to play most T20s at a single venue:

100 - Virat Kohli at M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru

80 - Rohit Sharma at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai

69 - MS Dhoni at MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai

Quinton de Kock manifested his exceptional hitting skills with a fifty but Lucknow Super Giants could not progress beyond a par 181 for five against Royal Challengers Bengaluru in their IPL match.

De Kock (81 off 55) selected the bowlers and positions around the ground to play his shots with precision but the RCB bowlers did not allow other batsmen, except Nicholas Pooran (40 off 21), a free run on a pitch that sported a generous tinge of green.

The Super Giants went off the block quite quickly, reaching 32 for no loss in three overs and then making it 54 in the Power Play.

Most of the runs came from the blade of De Kock, who took a particular liking for pacer Mohammed Siraj.

The South African left-hander slammed him for three sixes – two in succession – spread across two overs – two powerful pulls and a handsome loft over mid-wicket.

KL Rahul, who captained the side after coming in as an impact sub against Punjab Kings in the previous game, started slowly making six runs off his first 10 balls.

But a six off left-arm pacer Yash Dayal, a well-timed hit straight over the