Till the time I play IPL, I’ll never leave RCB: Virat Kohli tells AB de Villiers

Till the time I play IPL, I’ll never leave RCB: Virat Kohli tells AB de Villiers
Till the time I play IPL, I’ll never leave RCB: Virat Kohli tells AB de Villiers
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Due to coronavirus pandemic, all the sporting events have been postponed or cancelled. So sports persons are taking social media to connect and entertain their fans.

On Friday evening, Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers were having a conversation on Instagram live where both said that they doesn’t want to leave Royal Challengers Bangalore.

Virat Kohli says that till the time he plays IPL, he will not leave RCB.

“It’s been 12 years, and it’s such an amazing journey, so surreal. You have been here 9 years yourself. For many people, it’s all about we want to achieve the goal for RCB. We have come close thrice but haven’t made it. That will always be our dream together, and I was just thinking there is no way in any scenario that I can ever think of leaving this team. Because of the love and care, the franchise has shown. You can feel emotional about the season going well or not, but to have that loyalty with Bangalore, with RCB, it’s surreal. Till the time I play IPL, regardless of how we play, I’ll never leave this team,” Virat Kohli said during Instagram live with AB De Villiers.

AB de Villiers also doesn’t want to leave RCB but doesn’t know how many years to come. He also laughed while saying that he had to score runs to be RCB.

“Not everyone is as sure of staying in the side as you are (laughs). They have been my inspiration for quite a few years now. I never want to leave Bangalore, but I know I have to score runs if I want to stay in the side. That’s pushed me and the fans but every time I look back at playing in IPL or South Africa or any team you think of relationships and friends. You think about special moments, the crowd atmosphere. Those are the things you never want to give away. I want to be in Bangalore for I dunno how many years to come,” ABD responded to Kohli.

Virat Kohli is the only players who had played all the 12 seasons for the same franchise, Royal Challengers Bangalore. RCB had bought Virat Kohli for $ 30,000 in the first season of IPL in 2008, and in 2019 he got Rs 17 crore.

Virat Kohli had an amazing IPL career, played 177 matches and
Scored 5412 runs at an average of 37.84. With 5412 runs in IPL under his belt makes him the highest run-scorer in IPL.

The 13th season of Indian Premier League (IPL 2020) is indefinitely postponed because of COVID-19 pandemic.