'Virat is only worried about his record...', who has now become the target of King Kohli?
'Virat is only worried about his record...', who has now become the target of King Kohli?

New Delhi: Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) suffered a crushing defeat against Lucknow Super Giants (LSG) in the 15th match of the IPL. This is RCB's second defeat in three matches. In the last match, he had to face defeat against the Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR). RCB's only win is against the Mumbai Indians. Legendary batsman Virat Kohli hit 50 against LSG, but his team could not win.

Commenting during the match, former New Zealand player and commentator Simon Dool made a big allegation against Virat. He said that Kohli only cares about his records. Simon Doull cited Kohli's Fifty. Virat had scored 42 runs in 25 balls at one point. After this, he played 10 balls for the next eight runs. In this way, Kohli completed his half-century off 35 balls. Commenting on this, Simon Dull said, 'Virat started like a high-speed train. He was hitting fast shots. It looked like Kohli was wielding a hammer. The latter took 10 balls to reach 50 from 42. It seemed that Kohli was worried about his record. I don't think there is room for this in this game. You should keep scoring runs, especially when you have a lot of wickets left.

What happened in the match?

RCB had scored 212 runs for two wickets while batting first. In response, Lucknow scored 213 runs, losing 9 wickets, and won the match in the last ball. He won by one wicket. With this win, LSG has 6 points from 4 matches, and this team has come on top of the points table. In this match, Kohli scored 61 off 44 balls for Bangalore, Glenn Maxwell scored 59 off 29 balls, and captain Faf Duplessis scored an unbeaten 79 off 46 balls. At the same time, for LSG, Marcus Stoinis scored 65 in 30 balls and Nicholas Pooran scored 62 runs in 19 balls.

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