Indian captain Virat Kohli apologizes for RCB’s failure in IPL 2018 and said he was “deeply sorry” for teams failure to make the knockout stage of the ongoing Indian Premier League’s knockout solemnly promises of turning things around in the next season.
Let down by poor bowling performances and non compatible batting, RCB finished 6th in the points table after losing eight of their 14 matches.
“We could not pull our way and we are not very proud of how the season went for us. (I’m) deeply hurt by how we played… deeply sorry for not living up to the expectations of the fans.” he said in a video message.
Having said that, it is all a part of life and you cannot always get what you want. It’s upto the players to understand what to do about this the next season, really want to turn things around next season.
Next year, we will be putting in more effort,” Kohli added.
— Digitalsporty.com (@digitalsporty) May 24, 2018
Talking about the personal prospective, Kohli scored 548 runs at an average of 54.80 in 14 matches and was the leading run scorer for RCB this season.