Another day, another feat! RCB skipper Virat Kohli on Friday created history by becoming the first player in IPL history to score 6000 runs. En route his 40th IPL fifty. Kohli reached the feat at the Wankhede Stadium against Rajasthan Royals. It took Kohli 196 IPL games to reach the milestone. He also has five centuries in the lucrative T20 league.Also Read - Rashid Latif Rubbishes Rumours; Claims he Never Invited Virat Kohli to Play Cricket League in PoK

Kohli looked to take his time early on as Devdutt Padikkal took charge and played all the shots. But once Kohli got his eye in, he started showing a range of exotic shots during his stay in the middle. RCB has not put a foot wrong this season, they are the only side that is yet to be defeated. Also Read - Virat Kohli Hails AB de Villiers, Chris Gayle During RCB Hall of Fame | WATCH VIDEO

They have played three and won all three. Also Read - IPL 2022: How Virat Kohli's Fitness Training Inspired Gujarat Titans Star Sai Sudarshan

Chasing 178 to win, RCB was flawless in the chase as the openers put on a record partnership to take them home with 10 wickets in the bank. RCB were clinical in their approach – be it on-the-field, with the bat or the ball. It has been one of their most complete performances.

At the time of filing the copy, RCB was cruising to their fourth win on the trot. They look good to finish in the Top 2, which would give them a second shot at the final. They would hope for that going ahead in the season. Kohli would be the key for all that to happen as he happens to be the premier batsman of the side.