New Delhi: The countdown to the 14th Indian Premier League season (IPL 14) has now started. This year’s IPL will start on April 9. All the teams have started the preparations for this big tournament. Virat Kohli’s Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) will be on the pitch again to claim their first IPL title. But before that, there was a debate between Captain Kohli Kohli and former South African legend AB de Villiers.
The debate took place between Kohli and de Villiers
In fact, RCB captain Virat Kohli recently posted a video on Twitter. In this video, Kohli was running on a treadmill. In the caption of this video he wrote that there is no day off. Speed only from here. On this video, AB de Villiers wrote a comment, I will also join the team soon. After this comment from de Villiers, Kohli said he hopes your run will be quick even today in the middle of the wickets. After this tweet from Kohli, de Villiers again tweeted and challenged Kohli and told him to run tomorrow and see who runs faster.
I love the form @imVkohli .. I am ready to join the team pic.twitter.com/6rBIV3T3EH
– AB de Villiers (@ ABdeVilliers17) March 29, 2021
Hope you are always quick between the counters.
– Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) March 29, 2021
Devdutt Padikkal also responded
RCB’s opening batsman Devdutt Padikkal also jumped between Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers. Padikkal said I can’t wait to train with you two. Let us know that in his very first IPL season last year, Padikkal scored the most points for RCB.
Kohli-de Villiers increased fan enthusiasm
The fascination of fans increased after hearing about the race between Kohli (Virat Kohli) and AB de Villiers. People started to try to find out who would win the race among the two star players of this era. However, later it was revealed that all of this interaction between Kohli and de Villiers was for a promotion of the RCB and Puma company.
One of us wins, we all win. Am I right? Hello, the newest and fastest teammate of @ RCBTweets @pumacricket pic.twitter.com/XHmKTiAgkc
– Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) March 30, 2021
Let us know that RCB will start their IPL campaign this year against reigning champions Mumbai Indians starting April 9. RCB have made the IPL final 3 times so far, but they haven’t been able to win the title just once.