Virat Kohli-drove Royal Challengers Bangalore has done very well in the Indian Premier League this year. While they have effectively equipped for the end of the season games, Kohli has reported that he will not be the skipper of the group next season.
Notwithstanding, Kohli will be with the group as a batsman as it were. What’s more, previous Indian player Ashish Nehra has said that youthful Devdutt Padikkal could fill his place of responsibility..
In any case, they have many experienced players in their crew, specifically AB de Villiers, Glenn Maxwell, Yuzvendra Chahal also. While conversing with Cricbuzz on this issue, Ashish Nehra said
“Devdutt Padikkal has the ability to lead the Royal Challengers Bangalore team effectively. If the team is looking for a player as the captain for a long time, then they will have to hand over the captaincy to Padikkal.”
The veteran has additionally added that Devdutt Padikkal is by all accounts the main most ideal choice in his eyes, considering he has been doing admirably in homegrown cricket just as youthful as well. Padikkal has so far amassed 822 runs in 26 IPL matches where his best score was an unbeaten 101.
Nonetheless, RCB lost their last game against SunRisers Hyderabad where Devdutt Padikkal neglected to progress nicely. After the misfortune, Virat Kohli said:
“I don’t think so, the intent has to be to try and get it done as soon as possible. We don’t want to stretch these games too deep, but having lost a couple of early wickets, rebuilding was key. Maxi’s [Maxwell] run-out was the game-changing moment in terms of momentum and Maxi was in the zone to get a couple of big overs. With AB [de Villiers] you are never out of the game, but it is about making sure that the guy who’s in flow is on strike in the crucial moments. We had a good first half with the ball but not as effective with the bat chasing that down. Shahbaz [Ahmed] played a crucial knock at that stage, it is a game of small margins, I think Sunrisers held their nerve and bowled out their last few deliveries pretty well to not allow us to get us those big hits we were looking for.”