Former captain Virat Kohli on Monday joined the squad as Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) put together for the upcoming 2022 version of the Indian Premier League (IPL) in Maharashtra.
RCB followers have been asking for details about Kohli’s plans for the previous a number of days as different gamers have joined the preparatory camp, RCB on Monday tweeted the much-awaited excellent news on Monday.
“King Kohli has arrived! That is it. That is the information,” tweeted the official social media deal with of the Bengaluru-based IPL franchise.
The franchise additionally tweeted just a few photos of Kohli’s arrival and the previous India captain and RCB smiling after settling down in his room. The video clip of him reaching the group base additionally dominated social media websites on Monday.
Kohli has been with the Royal Challengers because the league’s inception in 2008 and was their captain for eight seasons earlier than relinquishing the captaincy earlier this season.
The 33-year-old Kohli is the all-time main batsman in IPL with a strike charge of 129.54 in 207 matches with 6283 runs at 37.39 and highest rating of 113.
Though he is not going to lead RCB on this version of the IPL, he’ll nonetheless be their principal batsman.