The 13th season of the Indian Premier League has been postponed indefinitely due to the coronavirus. However, speaking of the earlier season, Virat Kohli-led Royal Challengers Bangalore remains the target of fans due to their poor performance. Team India’s most successful Test captain Virat Kohli, under his leadership, has not been able to make RCB a winner even once. However, despite the poor performance, Virat has made it clear that he will never leave RCB.
Virat Kohli Said These
Virat Kohli said that he would not leave the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) team as long as he is playing in the Indian Premier League. RCB has reached the final of IPL three times but never won the trophy. Kohli said this while interacting on Instagram with former South African captain and his RCB partner AB de Villiers.
De Villiers Also Agrees With Kohli
Virat Kohli said that winning the title is still his goal, but whatever the outcome, he will not leave the team. The Indian captain said, “It has been a great journey. It is our dream to win the IPL by staying in the team together. There is no situation where I may have to think about leaving the group.
Virat Kohli says that he is emotional when the season is not going well, but he is a big fan of the RCB team. De Villiers, while reacting to Kohli’s feelings towards RCB, also mentioned the love of fans for the last nine years. Kohli has been playing for RCB since the beginning of the IPL.
De Villiers said, “This is my position. I never want to leave RCB, but for this, I have to keep scoring runs continuously. You know that I am not the captain.