The Indian Premier League side Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) has endorsed a one-year sponsorship contract with Huawei India, which is a China-based global information and communications technology (ICT) company that ushers in business in Bangalore fifteen years ago.
India’s shining star Virat Kohli thinks that it would be great to welcome the Huawei’s foremost access into cricket, in a media event on Sunday he said, “Firstly, it’s a dignity for RCB to be allied with Huawei, which is combined with a few major sporting entities in the globe. We are anticipating to the partnership and feasibly this will be the RCB’s year in the IPL, especially having the Huawei logo on the front part of the RCB jersey. Maybe it was the lucky logo we required in the past few years.”
When Kohli has been asked about the first leg of the Pepsi-IPL-7, which is going to be wined and dined in the UAE, he has shown his excitement and his is craving for the UAE part eagerly. “We have a good team, great clusters of players and all are champing at the bit to perform well. We really do well every year and stimulate a lot of people in India. A lot of people love our team because of the way we play. Probably we will ecstasies all fans and go a few more steps ahead to grab that trophy.” He said.
“We have combined a few more quality players to the team and I am sure we will come out with flying colors. We have been buckled down every year to win the title. We have a strong team, a good consolidation this year and we will use them to win the title.” Kohli signed off.