Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) captain Virat Kohli joined the team’s training session on Wednesday after being in Quarantine for a week. Kohli spoke to the players before the match against Mumbai Indians on Friday (9 April). Kohli, in his address, explained the importance of hard work and proper use of time in training sessions. Kohli said that the entire management of RCB is with the players. RCB is stepping down with the intention of doing something special in this season of the IPL. The team has not been able to win the IPL title even once. He has included a dashing player like Glenn Maxwell in the team. Apart from this, he has bought New Zealand fast bowler Kyle Jameson for 15 crores. RCB has completed homework before the tournament. He has included veteran players. Now it has to be seen whether he will be able to show his light on the field.
Before the start of the tournament, Kohli gave a speech to the players in the style of Bollywood film ‘Chak De’. Kohli said, ‘Whatever new players are associated with RCB, they are welcome. As before, the atmosphere and energy of the team will be great in this season as well. I only hope from all of you that you guys will use your time on the field properly. Even if it is a practice session. I hope you guys show energy. We have been playing with energy and there will be no change in it. Kohli further said that this season our team is stronger and I hope that things will be good this time. Virat Kohli said, ‘The players will get full support of the management. I am with you guys
T-2 Days: Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers at RCB’s practice session
Full squad training at Chepauk, and some pep talk from the experienced folks, catch what happened at yesterday’s practice session on @myntra presents Bold Diaries.#PlayBold #WeAreChallengers # IPL2021 pic.twitter.com/RSXKv6xD6B– Royal Challengers Bangalore (@RCBTweets) April 8, 2021
Management is with you. I hope that the players who have been selected will contribute to the culture of RCB. If we think that we are all together then we can do something very special in this season. RCB captain Kohli said that we enjoyed a lot in the last season. Our focus was to make full use of the time, especially in the practice session. Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers batted in the nets for the first time before the start of the IPL. Both players completed a 7-day quarantine on Wednesday. Kohli and de Villiers reached Chennai on 1 April. RCB’s first match will be against Mumbai Indians on Friday (9 April).