Nagpur, Jan 30: He shares a special bond with the city and calls it "second home". And he is set to play "expressive" cricket on February 1 (Wednesday).
Last night (January 29), India held nerve to seal a thrilling 5-run victory over England in the 2nd T20I. Now the teams will descend on Bengaluru for the decider, on February 1 (Wednesday).
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At the M Chinnaswamy Stadium, the home of Indian Premier League (IPL) side Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB), Kohli and his team-mates will be aiming to clinch the series.
After the triump in Nagpur, Kohli was asked about Bengaluru and he said, "It's like my second home, can't wait to go there (Bengaluru). All to play for in the last game. We will try to be more expressive. Some things we need to tighten up but all in all a very good performance."
In every city, Kohli has a huge fan following but Bengaluru is special as he is the captain of the home team - RCB.
Each IPL season, fans throng to the stadium to watch RCB's Kohli, AB de Villiers, Chris Gayle and others.