IPL 2019: Virat Kohli now all-time leading Indian scorer in T20 cricket

first_imgVirat Kohli surpassed Suresh Raina to become the leading Indian run-scorer in T20 cricket. Suresh Raina has 8145 runs in T20 cricket in 309 matches and 293 innings. Virat Kohli and Suresh Raina are the only two players with over 5000 runs in the Indian Premier League.Virat Kohli has played T20 cricket for Delhi, India, Indians, Royal Challengers Bangalore while Suresh Raina has played the shortest format for Chennai Super Kings, Gujarat Lions, India, Indians, Uttar Pradesh.Virat Kohli overtook Suresh Raina during his innings of 67 in RCB’s run chase against Kings XI Punjab in Mohali on Saturday.In the IPL, Virat Kohli has scored 5218 runs from 170 matches including 4 hundreds and 35 fifties. Suresh Raina has 5121 runs from 183 matches including 1 hundred and 35 fifties. Kohli was in sensational form in the 2016 Indian Premier League when he scored 973 runs from 16 matches to fire Royal Challengers Bangalore to the final.Virat Kohli had a poor season in 2017 with 308 runs from 10 matches. In 2018, he scored 530 runs in 14 matches but RCB still did not qualify for the playoffs.For India, Virat Kohli has scored 2263 runs in 67 T20 Internationals. He has hit 20 fifties without scoring a hundred.Virat Kohli took 48 innings fewer than Suresh Raina to get past him in the run-scoring charts in T20 cricket. Only 5 players – Chris Gayle, Brendon McCullum, Kieron Pollard, Shoaib Malik and David Warner- have scored more runs than Virat Kohli in all T20s.Virat Kohli is the fastest to 10,000 ODI runs and has 41 ODI hundreds. He is widely expected to break most of Sachin Tendulkar’s batting records in the years to come. In Tests. Kohli has scored 6613 runs including 25 hundreds from 77 matches.advertisementAlso Read | Virat Kohli fined Rs 12 lakh for slow over-rate during KXIP vs RCBAlso Read | We let ourselves down in the field, says R Ashwin after KXIP’s 8-wicket loss vs RCBAlso See:last_img read more

Vitol Wants to Privatize Latvian Shipping Company

first_imgzoom Vitol Netherlands B.V., a majority shareholder in Latvian Shipping Company (LSC), has proposed to delist and sell 200 million bearer shares of the shipping company, listed on Nasdaq Riga.The proposal is set to be discussed at the extraordinary shareholder meeting scheduled for December 20, 2017.Vitol Netherlands acquired 19.62 percent of the total voting capital in LSC in June this year, bringing its total shareholding to 69.56 percent.Latvian Shipping Company returned to the black having posted a net profit of USD 13.08 million for the first nine months of this year.The recovery from last year’s loss of USD 19.33 million booked in the same period was driven mainly from the reversal of the fleet revaluation loss and profit from sale of non-core assets, the company said.The company has a fleet of 16 ships, including 12 MR product tankers and four Handysizes.last_img read more