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IPL 2018: Here’s why Twitterati don’t want to troll RCB skipper Virat Kohli anymore; the reason will make you sad

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 30 April 2018, 9:36 IST
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The Indian Premier League has made the country to go crazy to watch every single match of this 11th season every day. As the fans feelings of excitement can be seen in the social media these days, how all the IPL fans commenting on their favourite team to show their support for the season. Sometimes, they also get angry on social media for not performing well by the team. But it is not possible for the trollers to pass anyone from under their nose. But this time something happened with the Twitterati that they have permitted someone and decided not to troll anymore.

Well, here we are talking about yesterday match which was played between Royal Challengers Banglore and Kolkata Knight Riders. RCB has won the toss and elected to bat first. The team scored 175 runs in 20 overs and given the target of 176 runs to KKR to chase. However, the target was very easy for the KKR to chase and finally they won the match in 19.1 overs.

Being losing the match RCB’s skipper Virat Kohli tried his best to win the match as he scored the 68 runs in 44 balls and for this performance, he was appreciated by one and all. We must say that when it comes to batting Virat always shown his best performances but yesterday match was made his every fan very sad and they said that, ‘After seeing that terribly disappointed face of Kohli, don't feel like trolling RCB anymore.’

Here’s how Twitterati reacted over the loss of RCB or we can say the loss of RCB skipper Virat:

 

Well, Kohli is the only consistent player in RCB and he is on the 3rd position in IPL 2018 for scoring highest runs. He has scored 317 runs in just 7 matches at an average of 63.4.

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Also read: CSK v RCB, IPL 2018: Here’s how the captains MS Dhoni and Virat Kohli shared a warm bond and melted the hearts of the Twitterati; see pic

First published: 30 April 2018, 9:18 IST
 
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