new Delhi: This time Virat Kohli (Virat Kohli), who landed in the Indian Premier League (IPL), hoping to change the fate of his team Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB), is happy with his team’s preparations after reaching Dubai. He said on Saturday that the team is training in a balance way to overcome the effect of staying away from practice for 5 months due to corona virus.
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Please tell that this time the 13th season of IPL was also canceled earlier due to Corona virus epidemic. Later it was decided to organize it on the grounds of Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates from 19 September. For this, all the teams have reached there, including RCB.
More intense, more hungry than ever before, and more balanced, Virat Kohli speaks about his progress after two weeks of practice in the UAE ahead of Dream 11 IPL 2020. pic.twitter.com/l2ovA1IgGf
– Royal Challengers Bangalore (@RCBTweets) September 12, 2020
Captain is not worried about injury due to some players
Virat Kohli admitted that some players have suffered injury after returning from practice for a long time, but they did not consider it to be much concern. Kohli said, “There is currently swelling in the shoulders of some players, because we have thrown the ball after several months and suddenly found that some meat muscles are still resting. In a video shared on RCB’s official Twitter handle, Kohli said, “Because of this, I think players should come back to the stress point where we want to.”
– Royal Challengers Bangalore (@RCBTweets) September 11, 2020
Did not do madness like 6 sessions in 6 days
Kohli said, in view of the danger of injury to players, we have decided to move forward in a balance manner. We did not want to do madness like 6 sessions in 6 days. He said, we gave enough time to the boys and will continue to do the same during the next few training sessions. Kohli admitted that things are quite different after a long break and the team is trying to achieve the same ‘competitive’ mood as before. He said, the return after five months is slightly different. You try and return to the mood you usually wanted when you were playing continuously. I am very happy with the way the team is preparing itself.
Kohli is his team’s backbone
RCB batting backbone is its captain Virat Kohli, who has so far recorded 5412 runs in 177 IPL matches in his account. How Kohli’s strong performance alone can change the result of the team can be seen from the example of IPL-2016. In 2016, Kohli scored 973 runs, which included 4 centuries and 7 fifty. Due to this, RCB reached the final for the last time that year.