On Friday India and Royal Challengers Bangalore(RCB) skipper Virat Kohli said he never wants to leave RCB and showed his desire to win a IPL trophy for this franchise and also said that we come close thrice but didn’t made it. In an instagram live chat Virat Kohli and his teammate of RCB Ab De Villiers, Kohli termed his 12 year IPL journey as a surreal.
“It has been 12 years. It is such an amazing journey, so surreal. You have been here nine years yourself. 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. 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,” Kohli said.
Kohli played 177 matches for RCB so far and managed to score 5,412 runs. He also managed to pick the Orange cap in 2016 and scored a 973 runs in that 2016 edition, includes four centuries and seven half centuries.
“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,” he added.
On the other hand, de Villiers has played 126 matches for RCB and has registered 3,724 runs for the franchise. Kohli and de Villiers have formed a lethal partnership over the years and the duo are the pillars of the RCB side.
On the other side his teammate, De Villiers also has a good record for RCB. He has played 126 matches and managed to score 3,724 runs. Both Kohli and De Villiers are the pillars of the RCB and formed a many partnership together.
Currently, all the sporting action have been halted due to Coronavirus pandemic which has taken 2.7 million lives across the world. The Indian premier League was scheduled to be held from March 29 but it has been postponed indefinitely due to pandemic.