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Strange Coincidence In Ipl 2021: Something Unique Happened With Virat Kohli, Scored Similar Runs In First And Last Match As Captain

Summary

The match against KKR was the last match of RCB’s Virat Kohli as captain. After this, from the next season, he will play as a player only. However, a strange coincidence has come to the fore from the time Kohli took over the captaincy to leave him.

Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) suffered a defeat against Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) in IPL 2021. This was the last match of RCB’s Virat Kohli as captain. After this, from the next season, he will play as a player only. However, a strange coincidence has come to the fore from the time Kohli took over the captaincy to leave him.

Kohli playing IPL since 2008
Kohli has been playing IPL since 2008. He has been in the RCB team since the first season. He continued to be retained by the franchise for the next two seasons. However, after three years i.e. in 2011, he got a chance to captain the RCB team for the first time. He did not become the regular captain, but was made captain after resting Daniel Vettori.

Kohli became captain for the first time in 2011
Kohli’s first match as captain was the 55th match of IPL 2011. This match was played between RCB and Rajasthan Royals. Batting first, Rajasthan scored 146 for six in 20 overs. In reply, Bangalore won the match by scoring 151 runs in 17 overs.

Kohli scored 39 runs in the first match
In this match, RCB’s Chris Gayle scored an unbeaten 77 off 44 balls. At the same time, Tillakaratne Dilshan scored 38 runs. After this Kohli came to bat and he remained unbeaten on 39 off 34 balls and Bangalore won the match by nine wickets.
Also scored 39 runs in the match against Kolkata
In the last match as captain against Kolkata on Monday, Kohli scored only 39 runs in 33 balls. It can be called a coincidence that in his first and last match as captain, Kohli scored equal runs. From this to the fans, everyone is quite surprised.

Another coincidence came to the fore
Apart from this, another coincidence has also come to the fore. Kohli’s first match as captain against Kolkata was also played in the same season. In the 58th match of IPL 2011, Bangalore faced KKR. In this match, Bangalore had to face defeat by four wickets under the captaincy of Kohli. In Kohli’s last match as captain on Monday, Kolkata defeated Bangalore by four wickets.
Kohli became the regular captain in 2013.
However, in 2011, Vettori returned to the team as a captain. He also captained the team in 2012. Vettori resigned from the captaincy in 2013. Then Kohli was made the regular captain. Well, it is a coincidence, but with Kohli stepping down as the captain, the franchise will now have to find a new captain.

Mega auction to be held next year
Mega auction is to be held next year. In such a situation, the franchise would like to add such a player to the team, who can make RCB the champion for the first time. Only time can tell this. At the same time, Kolkata team will take on Delhi Capitals in Qualifier-2 match. The winner of the two will take on Chennai Super Kings on October 15.

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Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) suffered a defeat against Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) in IPL 2021. This was the last match of RCB’s Virat Kohli as captain. After this, from the next season, he will play as a player only. However, a strange coincidence has come to the fore from the time Kohli took over the captaincy to leave him.

Kohli playing IPL since 2008

Kohli has been playing IPL since 2008. He has been in the RCB team since the first season. He continued to be retained by the franchise for the next two seasons. However, after three years i.e. in 2011, he got a chance to captain the RCB team for the first time. He did not become the regular captain, but was made captain after resting Daniel Vettori.

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