Indian Premier League i.e. IPL may be a tough competition tournament, but the atmosphere seen in this league after the match is unbelievable. One such example was seen after the second match of the UAE leg played between Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) and Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) on Monday, 20 September, where the team led by Virat Kohli suffered a loss.
Even if Virat's team has lost, but he always stands for his own or the young players of the opposition team. One such incident was witnessed after the KKR vs RCB match, when KKR debutant Venkatesh Iyer's Virat Kohli took a class. Taking class may seem like a negative word, but class here means that Venkatesh Iyer learned the nuances of batting from the legendary batsman.
In fact, KKR has shared a video on their official Twitter handle, in which Venkatesh Iyer is asking RCB captain and of course his idol Virat Kohli to answer some questions. At the same time, Virat Kohli is also explaining things to them very closely. In this video you can also hear that Virat Kohli is guiding a young player in such a simple way. watch video here
Let us inform that Venkatesh Iyer played his first match against RCB and in this first match he played an unbeaten innings of 41 runs in 27 balls with the help of 7 fours and 1 six. During this time his strikerate was 151.85, indicating that he is a long race horse. Venkatesh Iyer is 26 years old now and after a long time he got a chance to debut in IPL and in the first match he performed brilliantly for KKR.