Royal challengers Bangalore pays tribute to COVID-19 warriors in a unique way

RCB played their first game against Sunrisers Hyderabad in Dubai.

Kohli’s squad never miss a chance to stand out of the league. This time too RCB has come up with a great initiative of paying tribute to the Covid-19 warriors.

The star players like Virat Kohli and AB Devilliers played their first game with the jerseys with the names of the heroes of the novel coronavirus pandemic that has hit the whole world.

This kept the fans amazed, as the cricket Heroes acknowledged the warriors who are taking so many efforts for their nation in these bad times.

Skipper Kohli, paid respect to warrior Simranjeet Singh and wore the jersey with his name on it.

Simranjeet Singh is working hard in this pandemic situation to help the needy. He is collecting funds for the ones who are facing the worst times in this coronavirus outbreak. 

On the other hand, the star batsman, AB De-villiers’s jersey had the name of Paritosh Pant, who is doing a noble cause of feeding the meals to the needy in these tough times.

Both the players showed respect by changing the names of their twitter handles.

RCB before the start of the season announced that all the players will wear the jersey with the message of “My COVID Heroes” written on it.

When players like Kohli and De-villiers, whom people look up for so many reasons, who are the inspirations for the young generation and are followed all over the world when they participate in such initiatives, the fans start loving them more.

RCB is doing a remarkable campaign by paying the tribute to the one’s who are working day and night to help their country in the pandemic and giving their everything to save the nation.

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