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IPL 2018, KKR v RCB: RCB skipper Virat Kohli blames himself for the defeat against Dinesh Karthik's team

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 9 April 2018, 13:28 IST
IPL 2018, KKR v RCB: RCB skipper Virat Kohli blames himself for the defeat against Dinesh Karthik's team

The biggest match of the IPL season 11 happened in between Virat Kohli's RCB and Dinesh Karthik's KKR. In this match, Virat Kohli got defeated by Dinesh Karthik's team KKR. Shah Rukh Khan-owned team defeated RCB by 4 wickets. Now Virat Kohli came to rescue to the team and said Sunil Naraine's inning changed the whole match scenario and made it one-sided. With this, he also blamed himself for the defeat.

 

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Kohli on Sunday after the match said, 'We could have made more 20-30 runs during the batting but we could not be able to do that. During this, I did very slow batting and I played many dot bowls that not helped me to get the momentum. Sunil Naraine took the match in KKR's bag and if you are giving 13 runs in the first over of the match then coming back is very difficult. It is very difficult for the spinners to bowl in this kind of pitches and it has become very good cricket wicket in last few years. But still, we played well.'

 

While from KKR side Dinesh Karthik said, "Feeling great and got a great start, we needed it the most. When AB De Villiers and Virat Kohli were playing it was difficult for us. Both are amazing players and both plays well, and I was just thinking to got their wickets. We are lucky we got the chance soon. We wanted Naraine to play some good balls and we played for the people who came there to watch the match for us."

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First published: 9 April 2018, 13:28 IST
 
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