Veteran Australian cricketer and the skipper of Australia’s limited-overs side, Aaron Finch, has said that he is looking forward to playing under the leadership of Virat Kohli in IPL 2020. Finch, a veteran of the game, has a plethora of experience under his belt and has led the Australian side in the international cricket circuit for the last couple of years.
Virat Kohli, on the other hand, has been leading the India National Cricket Team for a long time now and has been one of the major contributing factors behind India’s dominance in world cricket. He has been leading the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) in the Indian Premier League since the 2013 edition but has failed to make an impact in the tournament as a leader. RCB have not won an IPL title yet even after boasting a bundle of talent over the years.
However, Aaron Finch reckons that there is a lot that he can learn from the Indian skipper and he is excited to play under Virat’s leadership in IPL 2020.
Aaron Finch Excited To Learn From Virat Kohli In IPL 2020
Aaron Finch, in a recent interaction, praised Virat Kohli and said that there is a lot that he can learn from Kohli and will be looking to do so in the coming IPL.
“Kohli is a great player, has achieved a lot of success in all the three formats and performed consistently all around the world in all conditions. So I would be doing all I can to pick his brains on batting. Be it strategy or technique, I would try to take away as much as I can,” Finch said in a recent interaction with TOI.
“I am not sure how much technical advice I can offer him but, hopefully, I can give back something to the RCB dressing room as well and contribute to the team’s success,” Aaron Finch further stated.
IPL 2020 All Set To Start From September 19 In UAE
The Indian Premier League (IPL 2020) is all set to begin from September 19 in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The final of the tournament will take place on November 10 and the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) will announce the complete schedule of the tournament on Friday.
The Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) will be chasing their maiden IPL title this year after having failed to win it in the last 12 seasons. The closest they came to winning the IPL title was way back in 2016 when the Virat Kohli-led franchise qualified for the final but lost to Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) in the final.