IPL 2021
Dhanashree Verma Shares Pictures From Farwell Night Of Virat Kohli As The RCB Skipper
By CricShots - Oct 13, 2021 7:01 pm
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Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) suffered a loss in the Eliminator of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021 against Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) and failed to reach Qualifier 2. With his loss, RCB skipper Virat Kohli’s stint also came to an end as a leader which couldn’t eventually result in a title win. While everyone expected Kohli to go away with an IPL Trophy which is long-awaited for RCB, it just couldn’t materialize.

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Dhanashree Verma with the families members of other RCB players

In the same light of events, all teh members of the RCB had an emotional night along with support staff, and families of players. All came in for a light celebration for one last time and ace spinner Yuzvendra Chahal’s wife Dhanashree Verma shared some of the pictures from the farewell night of Virat Kohli as an RCB skipper.

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Captioning the pictures on Instagram, Dhanashree Verma wrote: “It was indeed an emotional night filled with lots of love & good wishes. Until next time.”

 

It is known for all that IPL 2022 will be witnessing mega auctions ahead of the event and in this manner, the current lot of all the franchises wouldn’t be the same together. A lot of cricketers will be ending up in other teams and captains might also change like in the case of RCB. Hence, all the players celebrated the night for one last time together. In the very first pic, Dhanashree could be seen posing with her husband and skipper Kohli.

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After the loss in the same, Virat Kohli said, “I have tried my best to create a culture here where youngsters could come in and play with freedom and belief. It is something I have done with India as well. I have given my best. I don’t know how the response has been, but I have given 120% to this franchise every time, which is something I will now do as a player. I don’t see myself playing anywhere else. Loyalty matters more to me than worldly pleasures. I would be in the RCB till the last day I play in the IPL.”

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