RCB leg spinner Yuzvendra Chahal believes that captain Virat Kohli will lead the team to the first IPL championship of the season.
On Sunday, RCB posted a video of Kohli on its social media platform, in which RCB The captain announced that he will leave the team captain before the end of the season.
Kohli took over the role of RCB captain from Daniel Vettori of New Zealand in mid-2012 and will complete the nine seasons of IPL in 2021.
We are very likely to win our maiden title: Juzvindra Chahar
Despite reaching the finals three times, the fact that Kohli failed to win the IPL through the RCB has always put pressure on him. Chahar is convinced that the team will win this year’s victory under the current circumstances.
“I am very happy that the IPL has recovered. The RCB really started this season very well. We have a great chance to win our first title. I am sure that Virat bhaiya (brother) will lead RCB to their Virgo this time. “Chahal told TimesofIndia.com in an interview.
“I am very happy that we have 10 points so far. I believe we will continue to win streaks and win the championship. BCCI has done a commendable job in helping every cricket player reach their respective destinations (due to India’s COVID-19 situation, the game was cancelled halfway through),” Chahal further added.
I was lucky, when I played two colors, I got the guidance of Virat Kohli: Yuzvendra Chahal
Just before announcing his decision to withdraw from the RCB captain, Kohli also decided to abandon India’s T20I captain. Chahal stated that Kohli is eager not only to win games for the RCB, but also for the Indian national team.
“When he was the captain of RCB and India, Virat bhaiya was the same,” he said.
“His desire to win and his desire to run are the same for RCB and India. I was lucky to get his guidance when I played in two colors (RCB and India),” has played Chahal signatures for 56 ODIs and 49 T20Is.
RCB will play the Kolkata Cavaliers in Abu Dhabi on Monday.