Virat Kohli was seen copying Steve Smith’s batting position ahead of Royal Challengers Bangalore’s (RCB) match against Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) in the ongoing IPL 2020.
It’s is very well familiar to everyone that the Indian batting maestro Virat Kohli bears his heart in his sleeves. He is very passionate and aggressive whenever he takes the field. He is widely viewed as one of the best batsmen to play the honorable game across all formats. Kohli is right now leading the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) in IPL 2020.
Kohli has stayed in excellent condition for Bangalore who is on a journey for their first IPL title this season. While Kohli keeps on standing out as truly newsworthy with his standout endeavors as RCB’s magnetic chief, the batting extraordinary regularly turns into all the rage for his comical warm-up meetings. Captain Kohli had set off an image fest via online media with his entertaining dance moves while heating up in front of RCB’s match against Kings XI Punjab (KXIP).
On Tuesday, Kohli turned into the cynosure of everyone’s eyes when he showed up at the Sheik Zayed Stadium to face the Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR). Calmly heating up with his colleagues, Kohli was impersonating the batting position of his contemporary Steve Smith. Truly, captain Kohli’s concise impersonation of Smith’s batting style went viral on social media.
RCB beat KKR in a comprehensive way
The meeting between Kolkata Knight Riders and Royal Challengers Bangalore transformed into an uneven undertaking by Mohammed Siraj and Yuzvendra Chahal. The bowling pair of the RCB side unleashed devastation and destroyed the KKR side for an insignificant total. KKR just figured out how to score 84 out of 20 overs.
In answer, RCB scaled the target in 13.3 overs to take the second spot in the IPL 2020 points table. Virat Kohli praised the administration and said that they have set in a culture where there is legitimate arranging. It isn’t arbitrary. RCB is here to execute the plans that set up. They did a couple of things at the auction as well, which is paying off.