IPL in UAE: Kohli and teammates spend some time together
It is very unusual times for cricket and Kohli has already warned his players to follow the rules
Captain Virat Kohli and his Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) teammates got together to enjoy in Dubai. The RCB team completed their mandatory quarantine.
Sharing a number of pictures of their star players and coaching staff interacting with one another during a team bonding session, the RCB tweeted: "Good vibes only! The Royal Challengers got together for the first time after their quarantine in Dubai for a team bonding session!".
It is very unusual times for cricket and Kohli has already warned his players to follow the rules.
The meeting also showed their leadership group comprising skipper Virat Kohli, head coach Simon Katich and director of cricket Mike Hesson interact with each other.
"The Coach. The Gaffer. The Captain. Safe to say the leadership group is enjoying each other's company," the tweet read.
Indian skipper Virat Kohli on Thursday shared good news with all his fans when he announced that he and his wife Anushka Sharma are expecting their first baby. "And then, we were three! Arriving Jan 2021," Kohli tweeted.
South African stars AB de Villiers and Dale Steyn have also arrived in the UAE and hope this time the RCB will be lucky to win the title.
RCB, one the top sides, have never managed to lay their hands on the IPL title. They have reached the final twice but couldn't go all the way.
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