Virat Kohli bowling records in all formats

Virat Kohli bowling records in all formats

Kohli has bowled over 70 overs in international cricket.

Former Indian skipper and cricket icon Virat Kohli is not known for his bowling. However, the star batter was seen bowling in the recent IND vs BAN match after Indian all-rounder Hardik Pandya suffered an injury in the middle of his spell. Kohli would go on to complete the over, and this would be the first occasion after 6 years that India’s star batter has bowled in ODI cricket. So, let us look at Virat Kohli’s bowling record in Test, ODI, T20 and IPL.

Virat Kohli bowling record in ODI

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King Kohli has bowled mostly in the ODI format; he has taken four wickets in 49 innings. He has an economy of 6.21 per over. Virat has gotten one breakthrough in India, while three wickets are in foreign lands. He also has one maiden in one-day international matches to show off.

Virat Kohli bowling record in Test

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The former Indian captain has bowled in just 11 innings as a bowler and has not taken a single wicket. Virat has an economy of 2.88 in the longer format of the game, having bowled just 29.1 overs in Test cricket.

Virat Kohli bowling record in T20I

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Virat has bowled in 13 innings of the 115 matches that he has played. He has also managed to take four scalps in the shorter format of the game. He has a slightly high economy of 8.05. The Indian stalwart has the best bowling figure of 1/13 in T20Is.

Virat Kohli bowling stats in IPL

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In 237 Indian Premier League (IPL) matches, Virat has delivered 251 balls. He has taken four wickets with a decent economy of 8.80. He has the best bowling spell of 2/25 in the IPL.


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