Cricket on the advice of Robi Shastri, but does Virat Kohli really need to go away for a while? At least after today, this question may become bigger. The batting genius, who was in dire straits, returned to the previous match with the first ball. This time too he returned with the first ball without any run. Their team Royal Challengers Bangalore has also dropped below 100 against Sunrisers Hyderabad.
Sunrisers Hyderabad beat Bangalore by 9 wickets at Mumbai’s Brabourne Stadium on Saturday. Kane Williamson’s team surpassed Mumbai’s 8-run capital 12 overs ago. Opener Abhishek Sharma made 46 off 26 balls in the team’s victory.
Kohli again Golden Duck devastated Bangalore
After losing the toss, Kohli fell to Marco Jansen in the second over of the innings. Captain Faf du Plessis bowled his second ball. Kohli came to the crease with the next ball and caught it in the slip. So far in this IPL, Kohli has managed only 119 runs in 6 matches. For the first time in his career, he returned to Golden Call in two consecutive matches. After Plessis and Kohli, Anuj Rawat also caught the last ball of the over and Bangalore lost 3 wickets for 6 runs.
The flow of their wickets did not stop. Glenn Maxwell fell victim to Thangarasu Natarajan in the fifth over. 4 wickets for 20 runs.
Swash Prabhudesai made some runs (15 off 20 balls) and returned to the team. Jagdish said goodbye to Suchit. Dinesh Karthik, who has a great rhythm, played 3 balls and stopped the race without any run. Hershal Patel, Vanindu Hasarangara also could not hold the helm as Bangalore ended 23 balls earlier. Yansen took 3 for 25 and Natarajan took 3 for 10.
He made his debut with an easy target of 69 runs and made it easy at the beginning. In the power play, the game comes to an end. In the 8th over, however, he hit a six and returned to make his debut with 46 off 26 balls. Williamson was unbeaten on 16 off 16 balls. Rahul Tripathi made the last draw of the game with 3 balls to spare.