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Kohli opens up why he’ll never leave RCB


Indian skipper Virat Kohli recently opened up his association with Royal Challengers Bangalore and said that he will never leave the franchise.

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Royal Challengers Bangalore is one of the IPL franchises with a bigger fan following. There has been a black mark on the franchise for not winning a single title in the history of the league so far. Although there is a black mark, still there is a huge fan base for the franchise.

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Indian skipper Virat Kohli is also associated with the franchise since the beginning of the league. He is the only player to play for the same IPL franchise in all the 13 editions of the league. Recently the Royal Challengers Bangalore Captain opened up about his association with the franchise.

“It has been 12 years. It is such an amazing journey, so surreal. For a lot of people, it’s all about obvious we want to achieve the ultimate goal for the RCB. We have come close thrice but haven’t made it,” Kohli said in a video posted by RCB’s Twitter handle.

Virat Kohli doesn’t want to leave Royal Challengers Bangalore

The Indian captain mentioned that he never thought of going for another franchise from Royal Challengers Bangalore. He stressed an important thing that he will be with the franchise until he plays in the league.

“That’s always gonna be our dream together and I was just thinking there is no way in any scenario that I can ever think of leaving this team, because of the love and care, the franchise has shown.

You can feel emotional about the season going well or not but to have that loyalty with Bangalore, with RCB its quite surreal. Till the time I play IPL, regardless of how we play, I’ll never leave this team.”

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