Such has been the domination shown by two batsmen from Royal Challengers Bangalore, that an opposing player is asking the Indian Premier League to ban them. Virat Kohli and A.B de Villiers have been spectacular for RCB since they came together in a team in 2011.
Both players are often talked about as the best batsmen of their generation due to consistency.
In the IPL, de Villiers and Kohli have been involved in several partnerships that have won games for their team.
Even in IPL 2020, Kohli and de Villiers have fired to take RCB to five wins in seven matches.
During an Instagram interaction on Wednesday, Kings XI Punjab captain K.L Rahul jokingly said that he would want the IPL organisers to ban Kohli and de Villiers, when the RCB captain asked him about a rule that he would like to be changed in T20/IPL cricket.
"To start off, I think I would ask IPL to ban you and AB for next year. Once you have achieved a certain amount of runs, I think, the people should say ‘it’s enough’. Once you get 5000 runs it’s enough, now you guys let the others do the work", Rahul said.