Virat Kohli dominated the World T20 earlier this year to such an extent that he was unanimously named Player of the Tournament for amassing 273 runs at an average of 136.5 and a strike rate of almost 147. He then took that form straight into the IPL. However, in the end, the IPL trophy again eluded him.
But no one can deny Virat Kohli was the player of IPL 9. Not because he hammered an astonishing 973 runs in 16 innings at an average of 81.08 and a strike rate of 152.03. But because the 27-year-old RCB skipper displayed what can be perfectly termed as the Virat Kohli school of T20 batting.
Without even making any sacrifice in the aesthetics and grammar, Kohli was able to push the frontiers of modern batting and actually revolutionized the craft this year.
Here we have identified five possible reasons to justify that Kohli has become a T20 revolutionary.