- “Great to be back at the Chinnaswamy for another season with RCB. Can’t wait to be on the field!” Kohli wrote on Twitter.
- He has scored more than 300 runs in each of his past 9 seasons and the RCB will be hoping for a repeat of Kohli’s 2016 form.
- RCB to begin their IPL 2019 campaign against holders Chennai Super Kings on March 23.
Virat Kohli hit the nets for Royal Challengers Bangalore days before their tournament opener against defending champions Chennai Super Kings on March 23. RCB have never won the IPL despite Virat Kohli’s staggering record. With 4948 runs in 163 matches, Kohli is the second highest run-scorer in IPL history behind Suresh Raina.
Virat Kohli has been at the forefront of Royal Challengers Bangalore’s IPL campaigns for 11 seasons now and has played in three finals, finishing on the wrong side of the result in each of those summit clashes.
The RCB captain on Monday shared photos of him hitting the ground running with his franchise on Twitter, announcing the start of another campaign.
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— Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) March 18, 2019
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— Madhu yadav (@5_11_01) March 18, 2019
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— ? (@viratsgirl18) March 16, 2019
— india times post (@indiatimespost) March 15, 2019
Now, at the peak of his powers and carrying the hopes of an entire nation in a World Cup year, Kohli is once again looking to break his and his team’s hoodoo to prepare in style for the big event.
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