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Watch: Kohli comes up with an important message for fans regarding coronavirus

Royal Challengers Bangalore had a great season so far as they won all the games they played in this tournament. They registered a hat-trick of wins and are also the only team yet to lose a game this season.

Watch: Kohli comes up with an important message for fans regarding coronavirus

Initially, they defeated defending champions Mumbai Indians in the first game and after that, they defeated Sunrisers Hyderabad in the second game and Kolkata Knight Riders in the third game.

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RCB captain Virat Kohli might not have converted his opportunities effectively but he led his team ever so well in this season. RCB’s overseas recruit Glenn Maxwell has been the club’s leading run-scorer this season.

Having been a regular feature for RCB this season, he scored 176 runs at an outstanding average of 58.66 including 2 half-centuries to his name. From not hitting even a single six in the last season to hitting 8 sixes in 3 games of this season, Maxwell has indeed improved quite well with the bat.

RCB will lock horns with Rajasthan Royals tomorrow in their fourth game at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. Ahead of the fixture, RCB skipper Virat Kohli came up with a special message for the fans regarding coronavirus.

The virus infection is spreading at a rapid rate across all parts of the country. New Delhi, the national capital of India has seen an increase in cases and Delhi is now placed under a six day strict lockdown till Monday 5 AM. Delhi Police recently took to their Twitter handle and had Virat Kohli post a important message to the people about the coronavirus pandemic.

Delhi Police tweeted saying “VIRAT KOHLI @imVkohli Team India Captain appeals to citizens to observe #covid protocol & #lockdown to fight the current wave. Wear a mask, keep social distance & hand hygiene. Cooperate with #DelhiPolice & behave responsibly, he says, for victory over corona as #IndiaFightsBack.”

Indian and RCB skipper came up with a public service message which was uploaded by Delhi Police on twitter. The 1-minute video saw India captain Virat Kohli talk to the netizens about the pandemic. The 32-year-old skipper urged the people to maintain social distancing norms.

“As you all know, Covid cases are on the rise in India again. If you’re venturing out for essential services, please wear a mask. Please maintain social distancing, Please keep sanitizing your hands. Taking these precautions is very necessary”

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