Virat Kohli joined Royal Challengers Bangalore in 2008 and has been with them since then. He is the only player in IPL's history to play for just one franchise in every season played thus far.
Virat Kohli captained Royal Challengers Bangalore from IPL 2013 to 2021. RCB only played one IPL under him.
Virat Kohli has played under five different captains thus far. Here we have a look at five captains Virat Kohli has played under in IPL.
Rahul Dravid joined RCB as their icon player before IPL 2008 and he was given the charge of the team. Dravid was the first captain to lead Virat Kohli in IPL. He captained RCB in IPL 2008 and only managed 4 wins in that season.
Rahul Dravid stepped down as RCB's captain before IPL 2009. He continued to play for his home franchise for next two years. RCB released Dravid before IPL 2011 mega-auction. He played for Rajasthan Royals from IPL 2011 to 2013.
He captained RCB in only six matches in IPL 2009. The Bengaluru-based franchise only managed 2 wins under him. Pietersen remained part of RCB till IPL 2010.
Anil Kumble replaced Kevin Pietersen as RCB's captain during IPL 2009 and led the team to the final of the season. Kumble backed a young Virat Kohli. Anil led RCB lost to Deccan Charges in the IPL 2009 final.
Anil Kumble continued to lead RCB in IPL 2010. The legendary spinner finished his IPL captaincy career with 19 wins from 35 matches. He took over as the chief mentor of RCB in 2011.
Daniel Vettori captained Royal Challengers Bangalore in IPL 2011 and 2012. RCB managed 15 wins from 28 matches under him. Vettori joined RCB as their coach after his retirement. He was sacked from his position after IPL .
Faf du Plessis joined RCB in IPL 2022 mega auction and was named their captain. He led RCB to the second round of IPL 2022. Faf continues to lead RCB and Kohli plays under him.
Virat Kohli is part of the leadership group and leads the team when Faf du Plessis is absent. He played as an impact plyer in few matches in IPL 2023 due to a rib injury. Virat Kohli led the team in his absence.
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