You make cricket special, 12th Army: Virat Kohli writes heartfelt message for RCB fans after IPL 2022 exits
IPL 2022: Star hitter Virat Kohli took to social media to thank fans and team management following Royal Challengers Bangalore’s departure from IPL 2022 on Friday.
See you next season: Virat Kohli thanked RCB management, fans after RR’s defeat (Photo provided by BCCI/PTI)
- Virat Kohli wrote a heartfelt note to fans after RCB exits IPL 2022
- You make cricket special, 12th Army: Virat Kohli
- A big thank you to the management team, support staff: Virat Kohli
Royal Challengers Bangalore star Virat Kohli has written a heartfelt letter to fans and team leadership after RCB lost Qualifier 2 to Rajasthan Royals to be eliminated from the Indian Premier League (IPL). 2022. Kohli took to social media to thank RCB management and fans and also posted photos from her IPL 2022 campaign.
“Sometimes you win, and sometimes you don’t, but 12 Man Army, you have been amazing, always supporting us throughout our campaign. You make cricket special. Learning. asking never stops. (1/2)”, Kohli wrote on his official social media.
Sometimes you win and sometimes you don’t, but 12 Man Army, you have been amazing, supporting us throughout our campaign. You make cricket special. Learning never stops. (1/2) pic.twitter.com/mRx4rslWFK
– Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) May 28, 2022
“A big thank you to the management, support staff, and everyone who’s been part of this great franchise. See you next season @RCBTweets #PlayBold (2/) 2).”
Kohli’s sub-season ended with just two half a century in 16 games. He was beaten by Prasidh Krishna’s bounce and caught up simply after scoring just 7. Kohli scored just 341 runs with an average of 22.73 and a strike rate of 115.78.
The Bangalore beaters have struggled to form a partnership against Krishna, 3/22, and Obed McCoy, 3/23. They attack steadily by bowling with impressive lengths.
Captain Faf du Plessis labored 27 deliveries to form 25 while Glenn Maxwell tried to charge out but was caught by a brilliant diving McCoy at good range 14 minutes into his return spell. Trent Boult.
Jos Buttler’s record-setting run in the Indian Premier League lifted the Rajasthan Royals into their first final with a crunchy seven-goal win over Royal Challengers Bangalore on Friday.
Buttler’s undefeated 106 in 60 balls pushed Rajasthan to 161-3 with 11 balls in reserve and set up a final against the Gujarat Titans on Sunday.
Bangalore, made to beat in the playoffs, has only seven runs from star Virat Kohli and is limited to 157-8.