IPL 2021: KS Bharat gives glowing praise of RCB skipper says “Virat Kohli is a machine, works for everything”

IPL 2021: KS Bharat gives glowing praise of RCB skipper says
IPL 2021: KS Bharat gives glowing praise of RCB skipper says "Virat Kohli is a machine, works for everything"

IPL 2021: Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) wicket-keeper KS Bharat has praised captain Virat Kohli and hailed his qualities on and off the field. Bharat who was handed his debut by Kohli in Phase 2, believes that the Indian captain is “like a machine” and leads by example. The wicket-keeper is likely to keep his place in the side as RCB aim to clinch a playoff berth for the second season running and begin preparations for their game against the Rajasthan Royals.

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IPL 2021: In an interview uploaded by Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB), KS Bharat has spoken about his cricketing journey so far. The 27-year-old wicket-keeper made his debut against the Chennai Super Kings (CSK), before impressing against the Mumbai Indians, scoring as well compiled 32. In the interview, Bharat had nothing but glowing praise for Virat Kohli, having first played against him a decade ago in the Deodhaar Trophy.

IPL 2021: KS Bharat gives glowing praise of RCB skipper says “Virat Kohli is a machine, works for everything”

The RCB wicket-keeper said, “Back in 2007/08, Virat Kohli had come to play the Deodhar Trophy final in Vizag. I was there in the dressing room after the game and I saw him relaxing and easing out a bit. From there to handing me that pink ball Test trophy, and spending time with him at the Indian team and now at RCB, earning that debut cap was very special to me. I have learnt a lot of things watching him, he’s a machine, he works for everything and doesn’t sit was wishes for things to happen.

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Bharat added, “He moves towards good things and that is one aspect every youngster can take out of him. He is a person who constantly keeps working on something he wants. As a youngster, that is the greatest pleasure to watch and there’s nothing like taking a cap from him. It was very special.”

RCB have their tails up in IPL 2021 and are just two wins away from sealing a place in the playoffs. Virat Kohli-led franchise are third in the standings, with six wins from 10 games so far. They defeated the Mumbai Indians by 54 runs last time out, clinching their first win after seven defeats in the UAE.