Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) players Yuzvendra Chahal, AB de Villiers and skipper Virat Kohli recently had a chat with Indian comedy sketch group AIB founders Gursimran Khamba and Tanmay Bhat. The video title was ‘Behind The Stumps’ (RCB meets AIB) where RCB cricketers shared some of their experiences in that chat show.
Brief stories in that chat:
In that chat show, Kohli started with his experience in IPL as he claimed that they really enjoy this tournament.
AB revealed that he understands Hindi but can’t speak it.
In the early of that show, Kohli came to know that Chahal’s father becomes an Income Tax officer. Kohli also revealed that he earlier didn’t know that Chahal was a Chess champion.
Talking about feeling more pressure after becoming the national team captain, AB said he feels a lot of but Kohli said there is no massive change on the field apart from taking more responsibilities, but there is the massive changes off-field situation.
Speaking about the media, AB said, “Australian media are the worst, in my opinion.”
He further mentioned that English journalists are equally bad but they are clever than Australian media.
Soon, Kohli elaborated that English media takes home and away sides equally. Kohli also said that English media criticises both sides but praises the opposition more than hosts.
Kohli also shared his experience during their 5-match home ODI series decider against South Africa at Wankhede Stadium in October 2015, where South Africa put 438 runs on the board after batted first. While three Protease batsmen hit centuries in that game including AB himself, Kohli revealed that he was committed in that hot weather till the first 30 overs in that innings.
Virat also spoke about the reason of aggression in the present Indian cricket team as well as he also said his controversial finger flicking incident as he claimed that came in frustration.
During that chatting, Kohli recalled the moment when Chahal was stumped out for a duck after facing 76 deliveries in a Ranji trophy game.
AB mentioned Michael Holding and David ‘Bumble’ Lloyd as his favourite commentators while Virat also mentioned Michael Holding and Mark Nicholas as his favourite commentators due to their proper constructive criticism and solutions.
Chahal mentioned Tony Greg as his favourite commentator which everyone accepted and felt very special.
Recently, former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly said, “if Virat wins the World Cup at Lord’s in 2019, he will take off his shirt and wave it on Oxford Street and he has a six-pack to show off.”
Kohli clarified that news by saying just as ‘possibility’ and nothing much big how it was shown by media.
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Geplaatst door CricShots Hindi op dinsdag 24 april 2018