Virat Kohli sets an unwanted record after bowling against Moeen Ali in IPL 2022 –


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Royal Challengers Bangalore player Virat Kohli has found himself at the center of some unwanted records in recent months. Also in the ongoing IPL 2022, Virat cannot ignore a few such records. Against Chennai Super Kings, the player was bowled clean by the bowling of Moeen Ali. In this article, we look at how Virat Kohli records an unwanted record after bowling against Moeen Ali in IPL 2022.

Virat Kohli records an unwanted record

Virat Kohli, the highest finisher in IPL history, is currently struggling for form. Known for his technical prowess, Virat’s manner of dismissal in recent matches has begun to worry Indian fans. Across all formats, he struggles to tackle the off-spinner. Against CSK, who did not play the ball from the field, Virat turned the ball and was therefore bowled by Moeen Ali

† This was a classic off-spinners wicket and Virat couldn’t do much.

With that resignation, Virat is now at the top of this unwanted list. This table lists the batters who have bowled the most in IPL history. Clean bowling is an embarrassing way to get out for a batter and it is surprising that a player of Virat’s stature is at the top of the list. Shikhar Dhawan and Shane Watson are other batters on the list.

36 times Virat Kohli was kicked out in IPL

(Which was the most by everyone)#CSKvRCB

— CricBeat (@Cric_beat) May 4, 2022

Most times discarded in IPL

36 – Virat Kohli*
35 – Shikhar Dhawan
35 – Shane Watson
29 – Manish Pandey#CSKvRCB

— (@Shebas_10dulkar) May 4, 2022

The former RCB skipper has to get back in shape

After a few golden ducks, Virat managed to score some points. However, his strokes were 58(53) and 30(33). The former knock was in a sense directly responsible for the loss of RCB. Although he has made runs, Virat struggles to make them at a good pace. This puts pressure on the other batters. So to turn it around, Virat would have to be able to return to his previous best at the earliest. This will help in RCB’s bid to make the play-offs.


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