Once the work is done…Kohli's big revelation about his retirement plans!

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale - Senior Editor
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Virat Kohli is playing for RCB in IPL Kohli has scored more than 11 thousand runs in T20 cricket.

New Delhi. Former captain of the Indian cricket team, Virat Kohli knows very well that one day he too will have to retire from cricket. Before retirement, Virat wants to achieve everything in his career that he will not have any regrets after retirement. He says that once he leaves, he will not be seen for some time. Kohli, who is batting brilliantly in IPL 2024, has scored the maximum of 661 runs in 13 matches this season. Recently, he also scored a record 8th century in this T20 league.

In the video posted by RCB on social media, 35-year-old Virat Kohli said that the desire to live without regrets is his inspiration. Kohli said, 'I don't want to leave any work incomplete so that I don't regret it later. Once the work is done, I will leave and will not be seen again for some time. As long as I'm playing, I want to give the game my all. This is my inspiration.

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