Virat Kohli and his RCB teammates chilling near the pool.© Virat Kohli / Instagram
Virat Kohli had a “proper day at the pool” on Tuesday and let his fans go with the picture posted on Instagram. A relaxed Kohli is seen lying on his back as he cheerfully poses for the camera and signals victory. Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) captain cut off his task for 13Th The Indian Premier League (IPL) season in terms of helping his team win their first IPL title, but their pool bar is still resting as they come to the UAE to relieve the heat and humidity, for the season. IPL hosting. His RCB partners Pawan Negi and Gurkirat Singh Mann also enjoyed the pool.
Actor Varun Dhawan was impressed by Kohli’s clenched muscle and left a one-word comment: “torn.”
Kohli is the highest player to score 5412 runs in IPL history. In 2016, he broke the record for most runs in a single IPL season by scoring 973 runs with four centuries – as well as an IPL record.
However, his runs have not translated into title wins for his team RCB, who have played the final three times in 2009, 2011 and 2016, but are yet to win the league.
Kohli is optimistic, yet he said that the current RCB team is “the most balanced” since 2016 when the team finally made the final.
Apart from Aaron Finch, the number 3 batsman in the ICC T20 rankings, RCB has the edge as their top order has so far depended on the performance of Kohli and AB de Villiers.
Bowling has always been the weak link for RCB and the likes of Umesh Yadav, Mohammed Siraj, Navdeep Saini and Yuzvendra Chahal will be hoping that a change in venues from the batting-friendly M Chinnaswamy Stadium to the UAE will give the bowlers some cushion against the Power Hutters . T20 cricket.
RCB will play their first match on 21 September against Sunrisers Hyderabad.
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