Kohli, de Villiers guide RCB to first win of IPL 2019

Kohli, de Villiers guide RCB to first win of IPL 2019

Just a day ago, there were widespread talks and speculations that Dale Steyn would soon be a part of Royal Challengers Bangalore after the pacer flaunted his passport on Instagram.

RCB will next face Mumbai Indians at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai on April 15. With the near-impossible task of keeping a flawless win record from here on to stay in contention for the playoffs, de Villiers said Steyn's presence would boost the team. We love playing cricket there. The dew helped the wicket. "It gets better to bat in the second half", he said. I thought the the best way against AB and Stoinis was to try and go with a leggie, not that Sam can't defend. So, very excited to be joining Virat, AB and the boys, Gary, and I'll see you guys in a couple of days.

After the win, Kohli said: "Most pleasing thing is coming for an interview at this time, and not immediately out of the field".

De Villiers admitted that he had got himself out a couple of times without converting, but said that hadn't bogged him down. With Kieron Pollard also showing that he still has match-winning abilities and Hardik Pandya finishing with a bang in nearly all games, the batting part of things look sorted for the home team.

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Royal Challengers Bangalore picked up their first win in IPL 2019 on Saturday, after losing their first six straight games in the season. In their first match against Chennai Super Kings, RCB were bowled out for a paltry 70 in 17.1 overs after their top-order crumbled against Harbhajan Singh and Imran Tahir.

Still searching for their first win this season, Virat Kohli's men find challenges stacked against them, but playing after a small break the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) will be rejuvenated to make a mark against R Ashwin-led Kings XI Punjab (KXIP).

Ajinkya Rahane and Rohit Sharma were too handed a Rs 12 lakh fine for slow over-rate earlier in the competition.

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