Virat Kohli will quit as the captain of RCB after IPL 2021

Virat Kohli has confirmed that he will leave the captaincy of the RCB team after the remainder of IPL 2021. He will continue to play for the RCB.

Virat Kohli will quit as the captain of RCB after IPL 2021

Virat Kohli has confirmed that he will leave the captaincy of the RCB team after the remainder of IPL 2021. He will continue to play for the RCB.
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This has been a very hectic week for all the Virat Kohli fans all over the world. The news of him leaving the T20I captaincy after the T20 World Cup was already in the air, now another bomb. Virat Kohli has informed via Twitter that he will quit as the captain of RCB after IPL 2021.

Virat Kohli will quit as the captain of RCB after IPL 2021 - Cricket News - Sportz Point

“This will be my last IPL as captain of RCB. I’ll continue to be an RCB player till I play my last IPL game. I thank all the RCB fans for believing in me and supporting me.”

Virat Kohli via RCB’s Twitter handle

Virat Kohli is the only player in IPL to play for the same franchise throughout the IPL career. He has been through thick and thin for the RCB team and management. The highest run-getter of IPL though is yet to win an IPL. However, he has played the IPL final a few times.

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Though he has said he will quit captaincy of the team regardless of they win or lose, he will still be continuing as a mainstay of the team.

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