Virat Kohli has been leading Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) since 2013, while he has been representing the side since 2008. RCB succumbed to their third loss of the season in eight matches, to Kings XI Punjab on Thursday, as they stay at the third spot.
Virat Kohli, who has been leading Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) since 2013, is yet to lay his hands on the coveted trophy of the Indian Premier League (IPL). However, it seems that there is no pressure on him, as he showed off his dancing skills, prior to RCB's clash against Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) on Thursday.
As the RCB players were warming up in Sharjah, the broadcasters showed that during the pre-match training session, Kohli seemed to be in a jolly mood. To make things even interesting, he was seen dancing to the beats being played at the venue.
Besides dancing, Kohli was also flexing his body as a part of the training drill. Clearly, it seems to be an inspiration for fitness freaks on how to keep yourself healthy and enjoy working out.
However, it did not end there with the dance. As the video of the same went viral on social media, Rajasthan Royals (RR) English pacer, Jofra Archer, commented on the video shared by a user, where he wrote, "When she tells you go and lock the door."
When she tells you go and lock the door https://t.co/5bHI9FZxgD— Jofra Archer (@JofraArcher) October 15, 2020
Nonetheless, Kohli must not be dancing after the match. In what turned out to be a high-scoring entertainer, KXIP bounced back in style, as they beat RCB in Match 31 of IPl 2020. Being held in Sharjah, KXIP tamed RCB convincingly by eight wickets. However, there was no change in the points table, as RCB stay on third, while KXIP stay at the bottom.
Electing to bat, RCB posted a competitive total of 171/6, courtesy Kohli's sublime innings of 48, while other batsmen, too, contributed decently. In reply, it was KL Rahul (61*), along with Gayle (53) and Mayank Agarwal (45), whose watchful batting allowed KXIP to script the win off the final ball, as they won by eight wickets.
Last Updated 15, Oct 2020, 11:51 PM