Virat Kohli is counted among the best batsmen in the world. Recently, Virat became the first Indian batsman to complete 10,000 runs in T20 cricket. Along with this, he is also the only batsman in IPL, who has scored more than 6 thousand runs. This is the reason why Kohli is often seen sharing his experience with the young batsmen after the match. After teaching batting lessons to KKR batsman Venkatesh Iyer in the UAE leg, Virat was also seen giving important batting lessons to Yashasvi Jaiswal after his win against Rajasthan Royals. Yashasvi has praised his style by sharing a photo with the RCB captain on his social media.
Sharing a photo with Virat on his Instagram, Yashasvi wrote, ‘The tradition after the RCB match. There is a lot to learn from the legend. Thank you so much brother for these kind words you are an inspiration to all of us. Yashasvi has been in excellent form for Rajasthan in the UAE leg so far. Against Bangalore too, he scored 31 runs in 22 balls, along with Evin Lewis, gave the team a bang. Yashasvi has so far scored 187 runs in 7 matches played this season at an impressive strike rate of 138.51. However, he has failed to convert his good starts into big innings and does not have a single half-century to his name. The Rajasthan opener’s highest score in IPL 2021 has been 49 runs.
Batting first, the team of Rajasthan Royals scored 149 runs in 20 overs due to the strong innings of 58 runs by Evin Lewis. In reply, RCB chased down the target of 150 runs in just 17.1 overs, thanks to 44 from Srikar Bharat and an unbeaten half-century from Glenn Maxwell. In the bowling, Harshal Patel once again took three wickets in one over for Bangalore, while Yuzvendra Chahal took the wickets of Mahipal Lomror and Liam Livingstone for just 18 runs in four overs.