Record of shame in IPL history
Chris Gayle, Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers – played one of the most dangerous Twenty20 cricket batsmen in Royal Challengers Bangalore. When Kolkata Knight Riders got back to 131 runs against the team, everyone was expecting Kohli’s easy win. But the bowlers of Kolkata bowled in the face of the Bangalore batting collapsed like a house; The team folded just 49 runs. This is the lowest run shame record in the history of the IPL.
Earlier, batting first in the Eden Gardens on Sunday, Kolkata folded for 131 runs in 19.3 overs. In reply, Virat Kohli, who was batting on 49 in the 9.4 overs, was all out for a disgrace. Gautam Gambhir’s team won the toss and elected to bat first.
Bangalore’s Baidasamyadera the name of everyone’s mobile Captain Kohli could not open the run; He returned to the outset with the first encounter. Gayle 7, De Villiers 8, Mandeep Singh 1, Kedar Yadav 9, Stuart Binny 8, Pavan Negi 2, Samuels Badree 0, Tim Mills 2, Sri Lankan Arvind 5 and Chahal 0.
Nathan Coulter-Niall, Chris Woakes and Colin de Grandhom took 3 wickets for Kolkata. Umesh Yadav took another wicket
Earlier, the shame of going down to the lowest run in the IPL was under the Rajasthan Royals record. In 2009, Rajasthan lost to Bangalore by 58 runs in Cape Town against Bangalore. Eight years later the hunter became a victim.
Virat Kohli’s disappointing performance is quite disappointing. Bangalore captain, calling it his worst batting performance, is’ our worst batting performance. It’s really harrowing. At the end of the first innings it seemed that we could easily chase the run. Very bad ‘batting’. Right now I can say nothing. Such batting is unacceptable. ‘
In contrast to the Calcutta camp. Due to bad batting, the first innings ended in the hope of winning the victory, the doubles champions Calcutta’s English all-rounder Oakes does not believe in such a great win, ‘incredible win’. At the end of the first innings, everyone was heading down in the dressing room. But we are committed to fighting in the field. At the beginning we needed wickets. Opening bowlers showed it and others gave support. When we started taking wickets, everyone has won the trust. ‘