IPL 2021: I had spoken to AB de Villiers in 2019 about quitting RCB’s captaincy: Virat Kohli


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IPL 2021: I had spoken to AB de Villiers in 2019 about quitting RCB’s captaincy: Virat Kohli

Virat Kohli recently announced that he will step down as the captain of the Indian team in the T20 format after the T20 World Cup. A few days later, he announced that the IPL 2021 season would be his last IPL season as the captain of Royal Challengers Bangalore. From IPL 2022, he will play only as a player. These decisions of his had put the sports world in many discussions.

Kohli said that he had spoken to RCB player and his special friend AB de Villiers about this. He also told that he wanted a peaceful environment so he had decided to step down from the captaincy.

He said, “I spoke to AB about this in the year 2019. This is not a new thing. With IPL, I wanted a space where there is peace. We discussed this and then I thought that I will continue for one more year. Things were much better in the year 2020. I used to feel a little relaxed at that stage.”

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Let us tell you that the IPL 2021 season has been very good for RCB. He has achieved amazing victories this season. They also reached the playoffs. AB de Villiers had said about Virat’s captaincy that he considers himself lucky to be able to play under Virat’s captaincy.

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