Kohli joins RCB camp, welcomes King, post goes viral – News 24 Hours
Bangalore: IPL is knocking at the door. IPL is returning on a home away basis after the corona episode. As a result, all teams will get a chance to play at their home ground. Added frenzy among supporters.
Virat Kohli sparked the excitement of the Royal Challengers Bangalore camp. The former captain joined the RCB camp. Recently, Virat returned home for just a few days after playing the ODI series against Australia. He joined the RCB team after spending a few days off. Former RCB captain desperate to return with renewed vigor. He has been criticized for his off form in the last few years. He is currently in top form. Kohli gave a worthy reply to the critics with his performance. Now want to maintain that form in IPL.
RCB posted Virat’s picture on social media on Saturday. He also wrote, ‘Happy Homecoming King’. That post on social media
Yay has gone viral.
Shardul-Umesh in Kolkata
Shreyas Iyer’s injury. Concerns about Lockie Ferguson. Questions about availability of Shakib Al Hasan, Liton Das before the first match. The Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) camp saw two come back to life amid a flurry of problems. Umesh Yadav and Shardul Thakur.
Both reached Kolkata on Friday night. He also appeared on the field on Saturday. However, Vidarbha pacer Umesh did not play in the warm-up match. He even left the field a little before his teammates. KKR coach Chandrakant Pandit did not play Umesh in today’s match to keep him fresh before the IPL.
But Shardul fell on the field. He also bowled in the warm-up matches. Seeing that the KKR camp is very happy. Amidst the news of one injury after another, Shardul’s landing on the field is like a glimpse of oxygen for the Knights.
Shardul has played for KKR before. The Mumbai star, however, played for Delhi Capitals in the last IPL. Bowled effectively for Delhi in the last IPL. The Mumbai star took 15 wickets in 14 matches. This time, KKR has returned Shardul to the team by spending 10 crores and 75 lakhs. Even though KKR’s preparation camp has started in Kolkata, Shardul was not in the starting squad as he was in the squad for the ODI series against Australia. But he reached Kolkata on Friday. He also dropped in practice on Saturday.
Mumbai’s right-arm pacer has the skills to give confidence to the night pace bowling department. However, Shardul spent 9.79 runs per over in the last IPL. He will be determined to change that image.