A glance at the head-to-head record between the two teams in the shortest format of the game.
In one of the photos, we can see Virat posing for a close up wearing a head gear.
The 33-year-old, playing his fifth T20 World Cup, went past Jayawardene's 1,016 runs.
Indian ace cricketer had shared the video on his social media page saying that he was the victim of an "absolute invasion of privacy."
Virat had taken cognisance of the video that was being circulated online and shared the same on his Instagram telling his fans how upset he was with such behaviour.
This stellar show not only proved that Kohli remains one of the best batsmen in contemporary but also ensured his place in the pantheon of all time greats in Indian cricket.
The fourth-wicket pair of Aiden Markram and David Miller had taken the total to 63 in the 12th over when Kohli dropped a sitter on the midwicket boundary off R Ashwin's bowling.
'Kohli is the most complete Indian batsman of my time', wrote Chappell in his column for the Sydney Morning Herald.
Pakistan wicketkeeper-batter Mohammad Rizwan (849 rating points) continues to occupy the top spot, with New Zealand opener Devon Conway (831) rising three places to replace Suryakumar Yadav from the second position.
Kohli smashed back-to-back sixes off Haris Rauf in the 19th over to swing the momentum in India's favour.