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'People were not recognising us, it was a surreal experience', Kohli opens up on his 2-month break

In a match-winning performance, Virat Kohli led Royal Challengers Bengaluru to victory over Punjab Kings in IPL 2024 after his two-month break following the birth of his second child. Kohli shared his experience of enjoying a hiatus from celebrity life and focusing on family time before returning to the cricket field.

Kohli’s impressive knock of 77 runs off 49 balls, with 11 boundaries, guided RCB to a crucial win, with support from Dinesh Karthik and Impact Player Mahipal Lomror in the final over chase. Kohli was awarded player of the match and claimed the orange cap for being the highest run-scorer of the season so far.

Despite his stellar performance, Kohli expressed disappointment in not finishing the match but acknowledged the challenging conditions. He emphasized the importance of creating memories over stats in his cricket career and highlighted his determination to continue improving in T20 cricket.

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Looking ahead to the upcoming T20 World Cup, Kohli aims to secure a spot in India’s squad and contribute to the team’s success. He remains focused on refining his game and promoting cricket around the world, showcasing his passion and commitment to the sport.

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