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Indian skipper Virat Kohli adds another milestone to his career

First Published: 16th May, 2018 11:42 IST

Swashbuckling batsman Virat Kohli has etched another record to his name. He is now the first batsman to go past the 500 run mark in an IPL season for the

Swashbuckling batsman Virat Kohli has etched another record to his name.

He is now the first batsman to go past the 500 run mark in an IPL season for the fifth time.

The Royal Challengers Bangalore skipper achieved the feat after his stunning innings against Kings XI Punjab.

Kohli first struck more than 500 runs in the 2011 season where he accumulated a total of 557 runs while he scored 634 in 2013 and 505 runs in 2015 respectively.

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