India’s and Royal Challengers Bangalore’s captain Virat Kohli revealed the point that makes ICC matches different from the Indian Premier League (IPL) games. Virat feels that the interactivity between the teams in IPL is something that makes both tournaments different.
"You do play all your tournaments, which is one team versus another, ICC tournaments come every now and then, but even in ICC tournaments, you don't really interact with the other team players or you see the other teams so often every now and then," said the 31-year-old
"But in the IPL, you are just probably meeting another team every second or third day and that's the beauty of the IPL, you are playing in a different atmosphere.", Virat added. Virat thinks that the friendship developed from IPL is very special and he really enjoys such bonds on and off the field.