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The current RCB skipper Virat Kohli after the loss in the Eliminator, has given a lot of confidence to the teammates who were totally down with an excellent speech. But, unfortunately, RCB hasn’t been able to bag an IPL title for Kohli, who has been fighting tooth and nail for the franchise.

He has also announced that this will be the last season in which Kohli would be captaining the RCB side, which makes it very hard emotionally. However, KKR totally outplayed them, and Sunil Narine showed his class with the ball and bat in a crucial encounter.

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Virat Kohli Explains What He Enjoyed The Most

Virat Kohli admitted that IPL 2021 has been the most enjoyable season after 2016, where he led his team to the finals. He added that the group’s unity and togetherness is something special in facing any ups and downs in the tournament.

“If you ask me honestly, the 2016 season was very special for us, but I think, this season has been the most enjoyable after that. Just being part of this group and the way we conducted ourselves, the way we handled success and failure, is something that is very special,” Virat Kohli in the dressing room speech after the match.

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“We Are Very Proud Of The Way We Played” – Virat Kohli

Virat Kohli mentioned that the disappointment factor is still on, but he has been proud of how his team has responded to any game situation. He also was thankful to have led the RCB franchise for nine years from the 2013 edition.

“We might all be disappointed today, but no one looks broken. We are very proud of the way we played, which I think is something we have always tried to create in this franchise, and I have been grateful to get the opportunity to captain this team for nine years,” he added.

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Kohli has assured that he will continue to play for the RCB side till he retires.

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