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Watch: Virat Kohli dances with RCB women’s team

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NEW DELHI: As the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) clinched the Women’s Premier League (WPL) 2024 title on Sunday, the crowd at the Arun Jaitley Stadium erupted into chants of “Kohli Kohli”.

RCB secured their inaugural title by defeating Delhi Capitals with a convincing 8-wicket victory.

Following their triumph, the victorious RCB Women’s team celebrated by connecting with Indian batting stalwart Virat Kohli via a video call to share their joy.

In the virtual celebration, Virat was spotted dancing along with the RCB players, creating a jubilant atmosphere despite the physical distance between them.

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“Feeling hasn’t still sunk in. Hard for me to come out with expressions. One thing I’ll say is I’m proud of the bunch.

Our Bangalore leg was really good. We came to Delhi and had two tough losses. That’s what we spoke about that we need to step up at the right time. These tournaments are about peaking at the right time. Last year taught us a lot of things. What went wrong, what went right. Management just said this is your team, build it (your way). Thumbs up to them,” RCB captain Smriti Mandhana said after guiding her team to title triumph.

“For RCB, it’s a lot more.

I’m not the only one who won the trophy, the team has won the trophy. I’m not the person to talk about what I feel. This is in top five maybe. Obviously a World Cup would top it. Have a message for the fans – the most loyal fanbase. One statement that always comes up is Ee Sala Cup Namde. Now it’s Ee Sala Cup Namdu. Kannada is not my first language but it was important to say it for the fans,” she said.

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