Virat had decided to quit the captaincy 2 years ago, said about team management … – News18 Lokmat

Mumbai, October 9: Virat Kohli has announced his decision to relinquish the captaincy of the Indian T20 team after the T20 World Cup 2021. Shortly afterwards, he announced his resignation from the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) captaincy after this IPL season (IPL 2021). These two decisions taken by Virat caused a lot of discussion in the cricket world. Virat had been considering leaving the captaincy of RCB for two years. He has made this secret while talking to ‘Star Sports’. “I had a discussion with AB de Villiers two years ago about leaving the RCB captaincy,” Virat said. I wanted a peaceful atmosphere. So I was thinking of leaving the captaincy of RCB. We had a discussion on this topic. Then I decided to give it another year. After that the management changed and some things got better from 2020, ‘he said. DC vs RCB: Virat hits six on the last ball! Watch VIDEO Royal Challengers Bangalore had entered the play-offs in last year’s IPL (IPL 2020). RCB has done well this year too. They have entered the playoffs with the third spot in the points table. RCB’s next match will be against Kolkata Knight Riders. RCB has had some good victories this season and Virat’s team is a strong contender for the title. IPL 2021: Virat’s consolation after Mumbai’s victory, but the other team fell asleep! ‘AB de Villiers had praised Virat’s captaincy a few days back. It is my privilege to play under his captaincy and I am a fan of his captaincy, “de Villiers said.


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