Virat Kohli, Royal Challengers Bangalore
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There has always been a great connection between Virat Kohli and Bengaluru. He always termed Bangalore as his second home, as he always played his heart out for Royal Challengers Bangalore. Now, he returns to the same state again, however, this time, it is to represent the Indian National Cricket Team.

Meanwhile, he gave a good gesture to the fans by spending his time with the fans, who are waiting in queue for a long time to get his autographs. Virat Kohli had a good time with the fans and gave selfies and autographs to the youngsters.

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Virat Kohli is in fine form:

The Indian skipper smashed an unbeaten 72 to take his side to a seven-wicket win to help his side take 1-0 lead in the 3-match T20I series. As the two teams head off to Bengaluru for the final encounter in the series on Sunday, Kohli will once again be the key for the men in blue. After all, Bengaluru is his den.

Royal Challengers Bangalore, India vs South Africa 2019: 3rd T20I, Bengaluru – Match Preview
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Kohli, who is also the captain of Indian Premier League franchise Royal Challengers Bangalore, has a tremendous record in the shortest format in the stadium. Three out of his five centuries in T20 cricket have also been in the same ground.

The last time Kohli played at this venue in T20Is, he smashed an unbeaten 72* in 38 balls against Australia, earlier this year in February. The Indian fans would hope for yet another stellar show from the skipper of the team.

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The Board of Control for Cricket (BCCI) in India took to social media platform Twitter to share a photograph of Kohli signing autographs for the fans in the stands. However, it has been normalcy for Virat Kohli nowadays, as he is loving to spend some time with his fans.


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