IPL 2021: Virat Kohli says playing in a neutral venue will bring strong competition to the tournament

Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) captain Virat Kohli, who reached the playoffs for the first time in the last four years, thinks his team is ready to take a step forward in IPL 2021. Before the IPL 2021 opener against the Mumbai Indians, Virat said, “There is no difference between playing here and playing in front of our home fans at the goldsmiths. Not good ”.

“Each team plays in neutral places and playing in such places really shows the strength of the team,” the RCB leader said. This is why the previous IPL season was very competitive. Everyone was in a position to qualify for the final three-four, which according to me was very good for the tournament. We are fully confident as a team after such a competitive situation and last year’s performance, and this time we have another great season with a strong team.

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Virat has had a good time last time, maybe this time we are a little ahead, which we as a team want to make sure. Very exciting times ahead. I personally am much better off with the resources we have and the energy of my team. From personal experience I can vouch for the fact that when you perform well for your national team, you will always have an exciting time in the IPL and you will really win this tournament. Our young players are more confident with more experience and now all the opposing teams know that they are players who can turn this situation into any situation.

Significantly, the RCB ended its campaign in fourth place in the ICL 2020. In terms of points, they were equal to 14 points with Sunrisers Hyderabad and Kolkata Knight Riders, but RCB’s net run rate was better than Kolkata’s. RCB will play three more matches in Chennai in addition to the first match against the Mumbai Indians on April 9. He will then travel to Mumbai, where two will play, followed by four in Ahmedabad and the last five in the league.

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