IPL 2020, SRH vs RCB: Virat Kohli Shares Emotional Post After RCBs Exit

SRH vs RCB, Indian Premier League: Virat Kohli Shares Emotional Submit After RCB’s IPL 2020 Dream Ends With out Silverware


Virat Kohli, Royal Challengers Bangalore captain, took to Twitter after his facet’s loss within the Indian Premier League 2020 eliminator on Friday, to share a bunch {photograph} of the workforce together with an emotional message. Kohli’s RCB, who have been gunning for his or her first IPL trophy, have been knocked out by SunRisers Hyderabad in Abu Dhabi because the Bangalore-based franchise suffered a six-wicket loss within the must-win encounter. After RCB’s season ended with out silverware but once more within the cash-rich league, Kohli admitted that issues didn’t their means however he’s nonetheless pleased with the entire RCB squad.

“Collectively via the highs and lows. It has been a fantastic journey for us as a unit. Sure issues didn’t go our means however pleased with the entire group. Thanks to all our followers on your assist. Your love makes us stronger. See you all quickly. #PlayBold @royalchallengersbangalore,” Kohli captioned the image on Twitter.

Within the IPL 2020 eliminator, RCB have been despatched in to bat by David Warner, who received the toss on the Sheikh Zayed Stadium.

Kohli got here out to open the innings with Devdutt Padikkal however the transfer backfired because the RCB skipper was despatched packing by Jason Holder within the second over.

Holder struck once more in his subsequent over to dismiss the in-form Padikkal and push RCB on the backfoot.

Aaron Finch and AB de Villiers steadied the ship however consumed plenty of deliveries within the course of, letting SRH bowlers dictate phrases within the center overs.

Finch was dismissed for 32 by Shahbaz Nadeem whereas De Villiers was cleaned up by an correct yorker from T Natarajan.

SRH bowlers restricted RCB to a paltry 131 for seven from their allotted 20 overs.

Warner and Manish Pandey added 41 runs for the second wicket after shedding Shreevats Goswami within the first over of their run chase.


Warner was given out in a controversial determination by the TV umpire whereas Pandey edged one to wicketkeeper off Adam Zampa.

Kane Williamson scored an unbeaten half-century and he was ably supported by Holder in direction of the tip.

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