However, Kohli boasts of a higher batting average than all of them. He played 28 matches in that period and picked up 27 wickets at an economy rate of 6.79 runs per over.
Coming back to Royal Challengers Bangalore, they are yet to win a match in the tournament so far.
Virat Kohli-led Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) have roped in South African speedster Dale Steyn as the replacement for Australian pacer Nathan Coulter-Nile, who has pulled out of the remainder of the IPL 2019 due to a back niggle. Many media reported, including the Times of India that Dale Steyn will join the struggling RCB squad for IPL 2019. Against Kolkata Knight Riders, despite AB de Villiers and Kohli scoring 63 and 84 respectively, RCB bowlers failed to defend 205 with KKR riding on Andre Russell's explosive knock of 13-ball 48 to romp home. RCB clinch their first win of the season! "We need to grab those chances, can't give excuses every day. It hasn't happened so far, and that's the reality".
However, Ankit Rajput and Sam Curran gave runs in excess of 50 as the team could not defend even 197 and lost the match on the last ball.
Master blaster Chris Gayle became only the second player in Indian Premier League (IPL) history to be stranded on 99 as his Kings XI Punjab side fell to an eight-wicket defeat after fine knocks from Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers. Kings XI openers KL Rahul and Chris Gayle have been in tremendous form and once again the onus will be on the attacking duo to help the Kings XI middle order that has few weaknesses. Among others, Ankit Rajpoot, Sam Curran, Hardus Viljoen, Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Andrew Tye would also look to provide depth to the Kings XI bowling.