"We just sync together very nicely" - Virat Kohli


The most-awaited match for the Bangalore fans, RCB taking on against Hardik Pandya-led Gujarat Titans in a do or die game. The Baroda all-rounder won the toss and opted to bat.

Wriddhiman Saha once again showed his class with the bat and added valuable runs on the board. The skipper, Hardik Pandya was the man who took his side till the end and helped to post a decent total of 168 runs.

The right-handed all-rounder remained unbeaten on 62 runs. Chasing the target, Virat Kohli and Faf du Plessis opened the innings and looked in fabulous touch.

The former skipper of RCB, Virat Kohli has made his comeback and smashed 73 runs for his team. Faf du Plessis contributed well from the other end as Glenn Maxwell finished the match by scoring a quickfire 40 off just 18 balls.

After all, RCB moved to the 4th spot on the league table and will be relying on Mumbai Indians to beat Delhi Capitals in their upcoming fixture.

You might see us in the stadium: Virat Kohli

Virat Kohli - IPL 2022

In an interview for IPL, Virat Kohli who was named Player of the Match said, "Trying to put our feet up and chill out for 2 days and support Mumbai. We have 2 more supporters for Mumbai, not just 2 but I think 25 more supporters. You might see us in the stadium as well.

For me, the best about batting together, opening the innings has been the experience that we have shared out there in the middle. Applying that experience to give the team starts is something that I am proud of."

"We just sync together very nicely from the first season itself which is a great thing for the team. I think it has been a challenging time, there is no doubt about it.

A lot of things that are not controllable on the field, you experience that for the first time. So I have experienced that in this season," said Virat Kohli.

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"But one thing that stood out to me about yesterday was my preparation. I batted for about 90 minutes in the nets on the go. All I was trying to do was get into a positive frame of mind.

For every ball that I played, I wasn’t looking if the ball was seaming or swinging or turning, I was just watching the ball and reacting and giving myself the most positive option possible. I just extended that into the game," he added.

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