Kohli reacts after the exit of Royal Challengers Bangalore

Royal Challengers Bangalore

Virat Kohli, the star batsman reacts after their exit from the Indian Premier League in the group stage.

Virat Kohli said that

‘To our loyal supporters, grateful for backing us every step of the way. A big thank you to the coaches, management, and my teammates. We aim to be back stronger.’

Virat Kohli further added that

‘A season which had its moments but unfortunately we fell short of the goal,’ ‘We’re disappointed but we must hold our heads high.’ Virat Kohli said after the IPL play-offs were confirmed

Mumbai Indians go into the playoffs without the service of Jofra Archer. At the moment, the loss of Jofra Archer won’t be affecting to Mumbai as their bowlers are getting together.

Kevin Pietersen on Jofra Archer said that

“I know that there are reports around a franchise contract, and that would be the smartest thing for him to do now. Take six months to recover, select a few tournaments to play, and bowl at the speed of light for a few months of the year. He would earn good money and still have a career in the game.”

Virat Kohli is likely to go to England by the mid-week for the WTC Final.

“I think the longer form of the game has passed him by. I think English cricket has probably passed him by. It’s no fault of his own, he’s just injury prone.”

“As much as he would love to play for England because I know that’s his dream, it’s probably finished. He should now just go and cash in as much as he can in franchise cricket. But first of all, get himself fit.” said Kevin Pietersen

Virat Kohli scored a hundred in the do or die game against Gujarat Titans.

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