Playing in his third match of the season, the right-hander scored 64 runs from 50 balls with 7 fours and a six at a strike rate of 128. It was his 48th T20 career half-century, 28th in IPL cricket.
Kohli made 122-run partnership with Chris Gayle for the opening wicket, in a partnership which Kohli played the supportive role of Gayle. This was the tenth time these two shared century stands in T20 cricket, the most by any pair.
Kohli scored 62 against Mumbai Indians and 28 against Rising Pune Supergiant earlier in the tournament.
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