DC vs RCB Live: Virat Kohli sweats in practice session- Royal Challengers Bangalore star batsman Virat Kohli has made no effort to prepare in the net before the match against Delhi Capitals in the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022. Follow DC vs RCB Live and IPL 2022 live updates on Insidesport.IN

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DC vs RCB Live: Virat Kohli warns DC after sweating in practice session

RCB, ranked sixth in the points table, will take on Delhi Capitals on Saturday. Kohli, on the eve of the match, shared a picture from the net session to show him practicing hard for the game. “Everything else is irrelevant if you enjoy doing what you love.” Kohli captioned the post on Koo app.

RCB lost their last match against Chennai Super Kings (CSK) on Tuesday and will be looking to make a mark in the game against Delhi Capitals.

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DC vs RCB Live: Virat Kohli warns DC after sweating in practice session

In the match, Shivam Dubey and Robin Uthappa’s great knocks were supported by a bold bowling performance as CSK won comfortably against RCB by 23 runs.

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Meanwhile, Delhi Capitals physio Patrick Farhart tested positive for Covid-19, an IPL statement said on Friday. Patrick Farhart, a physio at Delhi Capitals, has tested positive for Covid-19. At the moment, the DC Medical Team is closely monitoring him, “said David Cook, chief of The Christian Science Monitor’s Washington bureau. Read an IPL statement.

DC vs RCB Live: Virat Kohli sweats in training session and sends warning to DC; Follow DC vs RCB live update on Insidesport.IN

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