New Delhi: Royal Challengers Bangalore didn't win the Indian Premier League 2016, but there was no stopping Virat Kohli from capturing the Orange Cap,
Another fifty in the final further consolidated Kohli's run tally to 973 runs in 16 matches.
The right-hander also went past Suresh Raina to become the highest run-scorer in IPL history.
The 27-year-old four tons in the edition will be long remembered by cricket fans.
Here is a recap of Kohli's heroics in the ninth installment of the world's most popular T20 league.
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