2. Virat Kohli (Royal Challengers Bangalore) – 125
If Dhoni is cool and calm, Virat Kohli is just the exact opposite. He like to showcase his emotions in public and shows relentless aggression, be it his captaincy or his batting. Kohli is already been regarded as the poster boy of Indian Cricket. Just 26 years old, already is a custodian of 22 ODI centuries and in excess of 6,000 runs. He caught the imagination of many with his maturity he showed in his batting even at a very young age. Virat Kohli came in as an un-capped player in Royal Challengers Bangalore but now, he is leading the team. That’s how well he has tasted success. He has played 125 matches consecutively Royal Challengers now. He is no.2 in the list.