IPL 2022: If rcb team win ipl trophy virat kohli remember ab de villiers | This player is not in RCB team, but Virat Kohli will remember first as soon as he wins IPL trophy


new Delhi: RCB team has not won a single IPL title so far. This time his team includes many match winner players, who can take him to the threshold of the IPL title. This time the command of RCB team is in the hands of Faf du Plessis. Superstar batsman Virat Kohli has given a big statement.

Kohli will remember this player

Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) did not have a good start in IPL 2022 as they lost their first match to Punjab Kings. After this, former team captain Virat Kohli said on Tuesday that he would be very emotional thinking about AB de Villiers if the team wins its maiden Indian Premier League (IPL) title this season. Kohli and de Villiers have played together for 11 years in RCB. During this, both of them have won the team by performing well in many matches for RCB. At the same time, he has made many such records, which will not be easy to break in the coming seasons.

Many matches won for RCB

Speaking on RCB Bold Diaries, Kohli said, ‘If we are able to win the title in this season (2022), then I will first think of AB de Villiers in my mind.’ Kohli said, “He still means a lot to him in the team, even if he is watching the match from home. He is a good person because he worked hard and did well for so many years. We all know this. He has been amazing and I don’t think there should be one person who says that AB de Villiers has not contributed to his life in one way or the other.

Vice note was sent to Kohli

Virat Kohli revealed that he realized during the last IPL that de Villiers was about to retire. He said, ‘I remember very well when he decided to retire, he sent me a vice note. Then we were coming back from Dubai after the World Cup. His ‘Vice Note’ was very emotional. Kohli further said that I had realized during the last IPL. Our rooms were around. He used to see me whenever we went to our rooms.

took retirement last year

South African batsman AB de Villiers announced his retirement from all forms of cricket late last year. De Villiers was also associated with Delhi Capitals between 2008 and 2010, but moved to RCB in 2011 and was associated with the franchise till his retirement. He played 184 IPL matches, in which he scored 5,162 runs at an average of 39.71 and a strike rate of 151.69.



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