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Virat Kohli Picks All Time GOATs Of IPL, They Are NOT MS Dhoni And Rohit Sharma

Virat Kohli selects his all-time Goats of IPL. Know who they are?

Virat Kohli

Virat Kohli

Virat Kohli, one of the greatest batters ever, has played in the Indian Premier League alongside some of the world’s best players and competed against them. There have been some well-known performers in the T20 league, including MS Dhoni, Rohit Sharma, Jasprit Bumrah, Dwayne Bravo, Suresh Raina, and others. Notwithstanding, when Kohli was approached to pick the GOAT of the IPL, the Royal Challengers Bangalore star conceded that it was a seriously hard decision.

Virat Kohli selects Malinga and De Villiers

Kohli was unable to select a single name because the question was so difficult. He proceeded to introduce two players: Stomach Muscle de Villiers and Lasith Malinga. Because he played with De Villiers during the South African batter’s time in the Indian Premier League, Kohli has formed strong bonds with the player. Truth be told, Kohli and De Villiers remain two of the closest companions in the game.

Lasith Malinga

Malinga is without a doubt the greatest IPL death bowler when it comes to Sri Lankan pacers. Malinga has won numerous matches for Mumbai Indians, almost entirely thanks to his heroics at the final ball.

AB De Villiers

De Villiers is one of the greatest finishers in the history of the game. De Villiers scored 5162 runs at an average of 39.71 and a strike rate of 151.69 in his 184 IPL matches.

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Q&A of Virat Kohli

Kohli also played question-and-answer rounds with Jio Cinema, so here are the questions that were asked to Virat:
Most underrated batter – Ambati Rayudu.
The greatest all-rounder – Shane Watson.
Better spinner between Narine and Rashid – Rashid.
Favourite shot in T20s: – Pull shot.
Favourite team to play against – CSK due to the big fan base.
Kohli himself is the highest run-scorer in IPL history with 6411 runs to his name in 208 matches. Since the inaugural edition of the league, Kohli has only played for RCB in the T20 league.