Virat Kohli’s captaincy career ends in IPL, here’s his records and stats

In the 14th season of IPL (IPL 2021), the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) team crashed out of the tournament after losing to Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) in the Eliminator match on Monday. With this defeat, the captaincy innings of RCB captain Virat Kohli also came to an end. Virat had announced to leave the captaincy even before the second half of this season started. He has taken this step to manage his workload.Also Read – RCB vs KKR, IPL 2021, Eliminator: Sunil Narine only one reason for RCB’s defeat, he said after victory…

Virat’s captaincy career has definitely come to an end in the IPL but he has made it clear that he will continue to play in this league with his same franchise. However, Virat will definitely have a regret in his captaincy career that despite captaining for 9 consecutive years, he could not make this team the IPL champion even once. Also Read – Virat Kohli said after the last match as captain – I will remain in RCB till I play the last IPL match

RCB as the captain of VIRAT KOHLI record of Also Read – IPL 2021, RCB vs KKR: Sunil Narine did wonders with the bat first then the ball; KKR reached the qualifiers to beat RCB

match 140
live 66
losers 70
to no avail 4
Victory% 48.52

Let us tell you that Virat Kohli may have been made its regular captain by RCB from the year 2013, but before that in the year 2011 also he has captained this league. Actually then this franchise was being commanded by former New Zealand captain Daniel Vettori. But after his injury, Kohli took over the command of the team.

VIRAT KOHLI It was like this year after year under the captaincy of RCB journey of

Year Location
2013 5th place
2014 7th place
2015 third place
2016 lost in the final
2017 8th place
2018 6th place
2019 8th place
2020 fourth place
2021 fourth place

But from the year 2013, when Virat got the regular captaincy of this team, after that he started making a splash. After assuming the captaincy, Virat started looking more shiny with the bat and played many sensational innings one after the other, leading his team to victory.

IPL Most runs as captain in

Order Name match Run Average strike rate 50/100
1 Virat Kohli 140 4481 42.07 133.32 35/5
2 MS Dhoni 203 4456 40.88 137.32 22/0
3 gautam gambhir 129 3518 30.13 122.79 31/0
4 Rohit Sharma 129 3406 30.14 129.95 23/0
5 David Warner 69 2840 47.33 142.28 26/1

After assuming the captaincy, he scored a total of 5 centuries in his name. He is the only captain in this league who has scored the most 5 centuries. As a player in this league, he is the second player after Chris Gayle (6 centuries) to score the most centuries.