Royal Challengers Bangalore are one of the three teams that are yet to win a title since the inception of the cash-rich IPL. They made it into the final on 3 occasions but failed to cross the finishing line.
However, they ensured to start this season in a grand fashion. They are the only team to have won two games in a row. RCB kick-started their IPL campaign against Mumbai Indians in their first game.
Virat Kohli’s team somehow found a way to clinch the thriller in the last ball. RCB won the game by 2 wickets and opened their account with a win. They also played quite well against Sunrisers Hyderabad.
RCB defeated SRH by 6 runs to secure their second win in the second game. Virat Kohl-led team are on top of the IPL 2021 points table with 4 points and a Net Run Rate of +0.175.
Meanwhile, the table-toppers hosted its first team-bonding session of the IPL 2021 season. The likes of RCB captain Virat Kohli, AB de Villiers and Yuzvendra Chahal featured in the session.
Kohli, AB de Villiers and Chahal led their respective groups to perform plays from their childhood days. RCB’s official Twitter handle shared the video clip of an amusing bonding session.
Virat Kohli plays The Ugly Duckling
As per the video, RCB players can be seen performing different roles. The team was split into three groups of 7 members each, led by Kohli, AB de Villiers and Chahal respectively.
RCB captain took part in the bonding session where he enacted “The Ugly Duckling” with Adam Zampa and Harshal Patel in his team. The video of the same went viral on the internet.
Watch the video below:
On the other hand, AB de Villiers played “Cinderella” for his teammates whereas Chahal narrated the lead character in his famous play, a girl named “Little Red Riding Hood”. RCB’s big-hitter Glenn Maxwell played “Big Bad Wolf”, who wanted to eat her.
Meanwhile, Maxwell won the best actor’s award for his portrayal of Big Bad Wolf. Virat Kohli and his team bagged the award for best play for narrating The Ugly Duckling. The hilarious video which was uploaded today garnered more than 9 lakh views on YouTube.