I never thought I would leave RCB: Virat Kohli

The Indian Premier League (IPL) is India’s most popular franchise cricket tournament. The Indian skipper, Virat Kohli is the only cricketer in the history of IPL, who has been wearing the Royal Challengers Bangalore jersey since the commencement of the tournament. He has been playing for Royal Challengers Bangalore since the start of the cash-rich league in 2008.

I never thought I would leave RCB: Virat Kohli

After that it gradually became a symbol of trust and the responsibility of the team was handed over to him. Kohli has been leading the team for the last few years. However, he has not been able to bring the title to the team so far. Even after that, RCB authorities and supporters have confidence in Kohli.

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Virat Kohli recently joined a live video chat with Ab de Villiers through social media. He said he did not want to leave the Bangalore franchise at the time. In this context, Virat Kohli said,

“I have received endless love and support from the supporters year after year. It is not less available. To date, no situation has arisen where I can think of leaving Bangalore.”

“The dream of winning the IPL has not yet come true,” he added. “But we will fight shoulder to shoulder to make this dream a success. I will not let the faith of the supporters be ruined. That’s right, an IPL is hard to go by. But I never thought I would leave RCB.”

Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers would have been playing together for the Royal Challengers Bangalore in IPL 2020 if not for the coronavirus pandemic. Due to the COVID-19, the cricket around the world have been postponed until further notification.

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