Indian skipper Virat Kohli who also leads Royal Challengers Bangalore in IPL disclose why RCB haven’t won any IPL trophies till date. Due to the out break of corona virus, BCCI forced to postpone the IPL. Earlier BCCI postponed IPL to April 15 but the schedule gets in oscillation when Indian government announce 21 day lock down in order to control corona spread.
Kevin Pietersen’s Insta live
As the sports event has been cancelled players starts to entertain their fans through social media. Especially England former skipper Kevin Pietersen perform actively in Instagram where he Interviewed Indian skipper Virat Kohli through Instagram live.
Where Virat Kohli reveals his favourite batsman pair in Indian team as well as in IPL format and left cricket fans in shock.
Having last played competitive cricket in 2018, Pietersen was also seen on the same platform alongside India limited-overs vice-captain Rohit Sharma and spinner Yuzvendra Chahal recently.
Earlier Indian former cricketer Rahul Dravid talked about reasons why Royal Challengers Bangalore haven’t been successful in IPL yet.
Virat Kohli on RCB’s failure
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— Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) March 27, 2020
Virat Kohli discloses why RCB haven’t won any IPL till now
Had it not been for the novel COVID-19 pandemic, Kohli would have been leading Royal Challengers Bangalore in the 13th season of the Indian Premier League which was slated to commence on March 29.
There is no hiding to the fact that Bangalore are among the three teams (Kings XI Punjab and Delhi Capitals) who have played in the IPL since its inception but are yet to lift a trophy even once. Being asked about the reason by Pietersen, Kohli laid emphasis on needing to get the “joy” back.
“Big players in the team, there will be attention on the team. With big players, we will always be in the focus. We have reached three finals [2009, 2011 and 2016], not won, but then, those things are irrelevant, until you win the title. Even with the best team, we have not win. There is a team goal, we deserve to win the title.
“I think the more you try to do something, it tends to move away from you. I think we need to get the joy back into the team and not try and look to set goals,” Kohli said.