WATCH Old video of Virat Kohli demanding for trophy at post-match presentation goes viral

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Virat Kohli is currently busy leading Royal Challengers Bangalore in the Indian Premier League 2021. Having announced his decision to step down as the captain of the side at the end of this season, he would be determined to end his captaincy stint at RCB with a win under his belt.

Although Kohli hasn't managed to win a single title with the Bangalore franchise, it is no secret that he loves holding on to the silverware. A video doing the rounds on the internet is a testimony to the same. The old clip in which the India skipper can be seen receiving an award for his performance with the bat has left the netizens in splits. It appears to be from India's first-ever Pink-ball Test at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata against Bangladesh. Kohli had scored a brilliant hundred in this game and was selected for an award.

When he came to shake hands with the guests and collected the award, he became impatient and demanded the same to be given to him first before smiling for a picture with the guest.

Check out the video of the incident here:

Meanwhile, Virat Kohli has also decided to step down as the captain of India's T20 team post the T20 World Cup commencing next month. In a letter posted on his social media, he cited workload management as the main reason which was reiterated in his video message while deciding to quit as the RCB skipper.

Although there has not been any official confirmation, it is expected that Rohit Sharma will take up the leadership position of the T20I side when it is vacated. While Virat hasn't won any trophy as the leader of his IPL franchise, the Hitman has already clinched five as a captain of MI.

Moreover, Rohit has also been impressive in the limited opportunities that he has got as a leader much of whom has come in the absence of key players. However, this year Rohit-led Mumbai are struggling to get going in UAE and are placed at seventh place in the points tally with just four wins from 10 matches.