IPL 2021: Virat Kohli, the captain of Royal Challengers Bangalore, completed the 7-day quarantine and participated in the training session on Wednesday.
RCB captain Virat Kohli spoke to his players against the match against Mumbai Indians on 9 April. In his address, Virat Kohli stated the importance of hard work and proper use of time in training sessions.
Captain Kohli said that the entire management of RCB is with all the players. RCB’s team is going down this IPL season with the intention of doing something special.
RCB’s team has not been able to win the IPL title even once. After which he has added a dashing player like Glenn Maxwell to his team.
Apart from this, New Zealand fast bowler Kyle Jamieson was added to his team with a huge amount of Rs 15 crores.
Prior to this tournament, the RCB team has completed its homework. This time he has added many legendary players to his team.
Now it has to be seen that he will be able to show his light on the field. Before the start of the tournament, Virat Kohli gave a speech to the players in the style of Bollywood film Chak De.
Virat Kohli said that any new player associated with RCB’s team is welcome. As before, the atmosphere and energy of the team will be great in this season.
I only hope from all of you that you will use your time on the field properly. Even if it is not a practice session, I hope that you guys will show a lot of energy.
We have been continuously playing cricket with energy and there will be no change in it. The same captain Virat further said that this season our team is stronger and I hope that all things will be good this time.
At the same time, all the players will get a lot of management support. I and our entire management are with all of you.
Mow hopes that whichever players are selected, they will contribute to the culture of the RCB team IPL 2021. If we all think that we are together then we can do something very special in this season.
Kohli further said that in the last season, we enjoyed a lot. Our focus was to make full use of the time, especially during practice sessions.