3. Virat Kohli (Royal Challengers Bangalore)
Well, these days, India’s Virat Kohli is seemingly busy in weaving a legend of his own. The Indian dasher’s invariable consistency and mastery in chasing down any total makes him an unbelievably dangerous player. When Kohli bats it seems as if pressure has no existence on the cricketing field or certainly in his book of cricket. For him pressure and adversity are merely an opportunity.
In 123 games of IPL, the RCB skipper has smashed 3137 runs at an average of 32 and strike-rate of 125. The Man-of-the-Tournament of the last two editions of WT20 would look to lead his side to the silverware, this IPL season.