Kohli ensures he'll play for RCB despite quitting captaincy
Kohli served a lot for RCB in the Indian Premier League (IPL). Under him, RCB played a total of 140 matches, in which they won 66 matches and lost 70 matches while the other four matches were abandoned.
Khan Mutasim Billah LifeEditor
Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) captain Virat Kohli has said that he always gives his best for the franchise, even he gives more than 100%. After the last match of his captaincy for RCB, Kohli talks about his devotion to the team.
Kohli served a lot for RCB in the Indian Premier League (IPL). Under him, RCB played a total of 140 matches, in which they won 66 matches and lost 70 matches while the other four matches were abandoned. However, Kohli didn’t have the luck to win the IPL title.
“All I can say is that I have given my best. I have given my 120% to this franchise and will continue giving it as a player on the field. It's a great time to regroup and restructure the franchise for the next three years,” Kohli said.
On the last day of captaincy for RCB, Kohli also said he had set the stage for the youngsters. “I’ve tried my best to create a culture where youngsters could come and play expressive cricket. It’s something I've tried to do in the India level as well,” he added.
The 32-year-old Kohli also said that he’d play for the RCB surely and loyalty matters to him much. “I will definitely play for RCB. For me loyalty matters and my commitment is with this franchise till the last day I play IPL,” he further said.
Kohli’s reign ended with a defeat against Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) by 6 wickets yesterday.