IPL 2021: RCB's journey ends with defeat, then broken captain Kohli's dream of becoming champion

Abu Dhabi: The dream of winning IPL for Royal Challengers Bengaluru (RCB) is once again incomplete. Bengaluru lost to Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) in the eliminator match played on Monday. With this, skipper Virat Kohli's journey in IPL ended with a setback. Mentions that Kohli will no longer be seen captaining RCB, virat announced it before the start of the second season of IPL 2021.

In Monday's match against KKR, RCB batted first and scored 138 runs, which Kolkata chased down to achieve the target in the final over. It was a big moment for Virat Kohli, but he never won the title of IPL RCB under his captaincy. Speaking of Virat Kohli's captaincy for Royal Challengers Bengaluru, he took over the team's bagdour in 2013. (Virat captained for a few matches in 2011, 2012) Since then, he has captained 140 matches, under Virat's leadership, RCB has won 64 matches and lost 68 matches.

IPL before the start of the second season of 2021, Virat Kohli has announced that he will quit the captaincy after this season. However, Virat had also assured that he wanted to stay connected with RCB, but would work for the team as a batsman.

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