5 IPL records Virat Kohli will never break
Kohli is the greatest batsman in world cricket at the moment, but even he stands no chance of getting close to these records.
Virat Kohli is inarguably the greatest all-format batsman in world cricket at the moment. He has a plethora of records to his name and continues to create new ones almost every time he takes the field.
In the IPL too Kohli has proven to be a force to be reckoned with, toying with bowlers from other franchises while notching runs at an alarming rate and with ridiculous consistency.
However, there are a few records that the RCB captain may never come close to breaking. Here is a look at five records Kohli will never break in his IPL career:
#5 Highest individual score - 175
The record for the highest individual score in the IPL belongs to Kohli's former teammate at Royal Challengers Bangalore, Chris Gayle.
In IPL 2013, Pune Warriors India faced the wrath of the big West Indian as he took each and every one of their bowlers to the cleaners en route to a scintillating 175.
Kohli's highest score meanwhile is the 113 that he scored against Kings XI Punjab. Considering the fact that Gayle opened for RCB when he created the record while Kohli has shown a preference for batting at 3 (at least in this season), he will have fewer deliveries in which to score those runs, making it extremely unlikely for him to achieve such a feat.