IND vs PAK: Kohli can make a 'Virat' record against Pakistan, will create history as soon as he completes 12th run

Orhan Wadia
Orhan Wadia - Editor
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New DelhiThe cricket teams of India and Pakistan will face each other in New York on Sunday. Team India has made a great start to the tournament by defeating Ireland in its first match. It remains to be seen how Team India performs in this match. Virat Kohli will have a chance to create history in this match. He will achieve a new milestone by scoring just 12 runs. He will become the first player to do so in a T20 match between India and Pakistan.

Actually, when Virat Kohli comes out to bat against Pakistan, he will have to score at least 12 runs. By doing this, he will become the first player to score 500 runs in the India-Pakistan match T20 format. No player has been able to do this before. Forget 500, no player other than Virat has been able to score even 200 runs. Virat Kohli currently has 488 runs in the India-Pakistan match. He needs only 12 runs to reach 500 runs.

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Talking about other players, Mohammad Rizwan has scored 197, Shoaib Malik has scored 169, Mohammad Hafeez has scored 156 and Yuvraj Singh has scored 155 runs in India-Pakistan T20 matches. These five players are the highest run scorers in India-Pakistan T20 matches. That is, there are only 2 Indians in the top 5.

Talking about the T20 World Cup of the year 2022, Virat Kohli was the highest run scorer for India. He scored a total of 296 runs in 6 matches. His highest score was 96 and the average was around 98.66. He scored a total of 4 half-centuries in the tournament. Kohli was the highest run scorer in the IPL this season while opening the innings. Kohli played an important role in taking RCB to the playoffs by winning 6 consecutive matches. Kohli scored the most 741 runs in 15 matches.

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