Will Virat Kohli retire?, says, 'If I don't contribute 120 percent, I'll say goodbye'

Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli has been a part of the discussions these days. In fact, not long ago, he has decided to step down from the captaincy of the Indian T20 team. He will quit the captaincy of the team after the T20 World Cup. In fact, for several days, it was being said that Virat may soon quit the T20 and ODI T20 captaincy, but the BCCI had called all these reports wrong. However, three days before the start of IPL 2021 and a month before the T20 World Cup, Virat Kohli decided to bid farewell to the T20 captaincy.

With this, Virat Kohli has also announced to quit the captaincy of Royal Challengers Bengaluru after the current season of IPL. Recently, Virat said in his message, "This will be my last IPL as captain of the RCB. I will be a RCB player till I play my last IPL match. I thank all rcb fans for believing in me and supporting me.'' Now that all these reports have come in, it is being said that Virat is about to retire. Yes, speculations have started to begin, although these things have not yet been sealed!

What Virat said about retirement Virat Kohli once said that he throws everything on the field and his energy level is always at its peak. At the same time, he had said, "I will retire from the game on the same day that I  want to contribute 120 percent on the field. I have promised myself that the day I feel that I am not able to play like this, I will say goodbye to this game. My fellow bowlers say that you celebrate the fall of wickets more than us. But I can't do anything about it.''

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