The standards have been so high in IPL that some of the records remain impossible to break still and the trend has been continuing for a long time now. The records have been piling up and the cash-rich tournament does not stop from entertaining the crowds and the fans of the franchises.
The 2021 IPL is set to start in two days’ time in India but this is one of those tournaments when no franchise will relish their home advantage due to the pandemic restrictions going on. Here are five records in the IPL history that will remain impossible to break.
5 Records Which Are Impossible To Break:
Virat Kohli – 973 Runs In A Single Season:
2016 turned out to be a great season for Virat Kohli as he smashed 973 runs in a single season. It was a stellar effort from the Indian skipper and ended up breaking a lot of records in the year. He hit four centuries in the season in 16 games which itself remains a record and averaged 81 with the bat.
Kohli who is always known for consistency entertained the home crowd with inspiring performances and his efforts led to the IPL final for the Royal Challengers Bangalore which they lost to Sunrisers. Kohli had almost hit 1000 runs in the seasons and his massive achievement will remain impossible to break.