IPL 2020: RCB skipper Virat Kohli is very happy with the way the squad is shaping up

Virat Kohli is very happy with how the team is shaping up after the auction.

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The Royal Challengers Banglore (RCB) took to Twitter to share an interview with captain Virat Kohli as his team is preparing for the 13th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2020.

In an episode of ‘Bold Diaries’, Virat Kohli talks about the team’s practice sessions and also he himself is seen batting the nets.

Speaking of Royal Challengers Bangalore’s (RCB) IPL training in the UAE, Virat Kohli stated; “Well, obviously, first few days you’re getting you’re eye in. Getting back in the think of things after 5 months – it’s a bit different. You try to get back in the frame of mind that you want to be in, and it takes time.”

Very happy with the way the team is shaping up ahead of IPL 2020: Virat Kohli

Virat Kohli added that he is very glad the way RCB are proceeding towards IPL 2020, and claimed that they’re trying to strike the right balance with their practice sessions in the lead-up to the tournament.

“Very very happy with how the team is shaping up. A few shoulders are sore because we’re throwing after months and a few muscles are asleep. The guys are getting back to the intensity levels that we want. We have moved ahead in a balanced manner, with ample off-time.” Said Virat Kohli.

The 31 year-old, Virat Kohli also added that RCB players seems to be fit and are enthusiastic to go, and that he personally has felt good right from the first practice session in UAE.

“From a fitness point of view, everyone’s looking great. It’s a matter of feeling good, and I’ve felt good from the first session.” Added Virat Kohli.

Royal Challengers Banglore (RCB) will open their IPL campaign on September 21 against Sunrisers Hyderabad in Dubai.The Red and Gold brigade will attempt to with their first-ever IPL title this year, and they have a balanced squad to help them on this very quest.

The upcoming Indian Premier League (IPL) will be commencing on September 19.