Virat Kohli’s Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) team have arrived in the UAE and completed their quarantine. The players on Monday underwent their first training session with coach Mike Hesson after weeklong isolation. “Quarantine is done and the RCB players hit the ground running with a game of football. Mike Hesson shares updates on training program and arrival of the foreign players,” RCB said in a tweet post.
“The players are getting used to the heat, getting out and running around. Once we start, we want the bowlers to play on an unwinded net. So wants to break some new balls, have got other balls to use tomorrow. Also, run through directions and just get it through sore and stiffness,” Hesson said.
In the video, youngsters Rajat Patidar and Sachin Baby shared also their experience of the first training session.
Bold Diaries: RCB begin training for #IPL2021
Quarantine ✅ and the RCB players hit the ground running with a game of football. Mike Hesson shares updates on training program and arrival of the foreign players.#PlayBold #WeAreChallengers #BoldDiaries pic.twitter.com/bNNCjnFfEF
— Royal Challengers Bangalore (@RCBTweets) September 6, 2021
Meanwhile, Hesson informed that the likes of Kyle Jamieson, Glenn Maxwell and AB De Villiers will soon join the bio-bubble.