Form is temporary, class is permanent and that is what Virat Kohli proved when Royal Challengers Bangalore took on Kolkata Knight Riders at the Eden Gardens on the night of 4th April. Kohli's drought of runs ended on a brink of a magnificent 84 off just 49 balls.
His compact knock helped RCB to climb to a total of 205 runs which was later chased courtesy brilliance from Andre Russell. Virat tumbled records as he surpassed Suresh Raina and became the highest run-getter in the history of IPL. He now stands on 5110 IPL runs.
Virat's regain of the form will give a lot of confidence to him and the desultory RCB team who is yet to win a match in the IPL edition 12. His innings of sheer class acknowledged the world that why he is the best in the business.