King Kohli looked quite disappointed after being dismissed cheaply even once yesterday. During this, he raised his hands and started cursing God towards the sky.
- Kohli got out cheaply against PBKS too
- Star player got disappointed after getting out like the sky
- 20 runs off Kohli’s bat in the last match
The 60th match of IPL 2022 was played between Royal Challengers Bangalore and Punjab Kings at the Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai yesterday. In this match, RCB’s team had to face another pain along with defeat. Actually, RCB’s team got defeated in this match, but the 33-year-old veteran batsman Virat Kohli, who was continuously flopping with the bat, once again failed to score runs. The situation was that he became a victim of Kagiso Rabada by scoring just 20 runs in 14 balls with the help of two fours and a six.
Once again the pain of dealing cheaply in the field was clearly visible on Kohli’s face. He looked to be in good touch yesterday, but he failed to understand an impromptu delivery from Rabada. The situation was that he had to approach the pavilion after being caught out by Rahul Chahar. While leaving the field, he was seen in so much pain that by raising his hand, he started complaining to God about his luck.
Nah man. He was litteraly begging for some luck.?????????
Virat clearly saying: why always me pic.twitter.com/mG3x3rJ5m6
— 101 Grams (@VishaI_18) May 13, 2022
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Let us tell you that Kohli has been struggling to score runs in the field for a long time. He was first yearning for the Indian team to score runs in international cricket. People thought that he would be seen in his old style in the IPL, but after playing a good innings in the first couple of matches, he again returned to the same path where he has been kind for one run each.
Talking about his performance in the current season, Kohli has played 13 matches for his team RCB so far this year. During this, his bat has scored 236 runs in 13 innings at an average of 19.67. Kohli’s personal best performance in the current season is 58 runs.
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