Been 5 months however felt like 6 days: Kohli on return to coaching


Dubai, August 29

Royal Challengers Bangalore captain Virat Kohli on Saturday posted photos from his coaching session along with his teammates. This was the squad’s first observe session after they accomplished their six-day quarantine within the UAE forward of the 13th version of the Indian Premier League (IPL) which is ready to start on September 19.

“Been 5 months since the last time I stepped onto the field. Felt like 6 days when I got into the nets. Great first session with the boys @royalchallengersbangalore (sic.),” mentioned Kohli in his caption to the photographs on his social media handles.

The workforce had earlier indulged in a team-building session after finishing their obligatory quarantine interval.

The 2020 season of the IPL needed to be shifted to the UAE because of the COVID-19 state of affairs in India.

The event was initially scheduled to begin on March 29 and was initially postponed until April 15. It was then postpone indefinitely because of the lockdown within the nation that was imposed to take care of the virus.

The 31-year-old final performed in India’s Test collection in New Zealand. He was set to guide the aspect in an ODI collection at dwelling in opposition to South Africa in March. While the primary match of the collection in Dharamsala was washed off, the remaining matches had been known as off because of the pandemic and the South African aspect had been escorted again to their nation. IANS



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