Despite Getting Eliminated From The League , Virat Is Happy Because Of This Reason

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Yesterday, Royal Challengers Bangalore was officially eliminated from the league as the team failed to win the match against Rajasthan Royals. Chasing the target of 164 runs, RCB fell short of 30 runs and became the second team get eliminated from the league.
The fans of Royal Challengers Bangalore were left heartbroken after the team failed to qualify for the playoffs, as the fans had their hopes very high from the skipper of the team, Virat Kohli and a few other players of his squad.
Throughout the league, we witnessed many amazing performances from the players of Royal Challengers Bangalore. Who can forget the thrilling shots of Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers, their partnership is one of the most awaited partnerships ever in the league. The bowlers, Umesh Yadav, Yuzvendra Chahal never failed to disappoint the fans.
However, the team is now out of the league, it must be very difficult for the skipper Kohli. After the match, Virat Kohli revealed what actually went wrong and about his journey this season.
Here’s what Virat Kohli said :
Yeah, it was a strange one. We were in a great position. 75/1, and the way we were bundled out wasn’t ideal. Someone like AB who can hit fours and sixes was knocking it around so the others didn’t support him and apply themselves properly.
We needed more smart decision-making there. These things should be repeated by 5-6 guys in a row. We wanted to strengthen the middle-order which hasn’t happened, it hasn’t been our strength and we need to do that going into the next few seasons.
We need to be smarter with composing our team. The responsibility cannot be taken up only by AB all the time. He certainly scored runs, but others need to contribute around him, and didn’t show enough composure. There were some new players who did well.”
“Umesh bowled extremely well with the new ball, Chahal was great, Siraj and Moeen contributed too, so plenty of positives to take into the next season. However, after cruising at 75/1 it was disappointing that we couldn’t finish it off well. I would like to wish all the other teams the best of luck for the remainder of the competition.”
Well, this must be a very tough time for the skipper of the team, Virat Kohli and his fans.
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