Kohli achieved this feat during the match against Gujarat Titans (GT) at the Wankhede Stadium when he scored the 57th run in his match-winning knock of 73.
RCB defeated GT by eight wickets to stay alive in the race to playoffs. Gujarat are already through.
7️⃣0️⃣1️⃣6️⃣ runs in Red & Gold. Many many more to come! 🔝🔥Drop a ❤️ to congratulate @imVkohli on crossing this h… https://t.co/FU5wzr1NyR
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Kohli is also the highest run-scorer in the league’s history, followed by Shikhar Dhawan (6,205), Rohit Sharma (5,877), David Warner (5,876), Suresh Raina (5,528) and Ab De Villiers (5,162).