RR vs RCB: All over for RCB, same bouncing ball gets Kohli & intruder jumps fence again

When he finished the match with a four hundred on the release, he shook hands with Virat Kohli, who hit the fourth century feat in 2016, and proceeded to do the same with the rest of RCB. Then, in the end, Butler turned around and shouted “Virat” who turned back, Butler was throwing his hands around Kohli’s shoulder and saying something. A smile appeared on Kohli’s tired face. A couple of days ago, R Ashwin spoke about the late Shane Warren’s victory in the first edition and “there’s something special” in the air this time around. We’ll know on Sunday if Team Warne can do it again in his memory. Warren’s banners swayed around the stadium as Rajasthan chased after a petty group without much fanfare. The RCB was discharged once Butler and Yashvi Jaiswal blasted away in Powerplay and even when Jaiswal caught on at the fifth end, Kohli didn’t show any emotions. He was going to pump his fist and make a sound, but by then, very early in the piece, he must have known that it was all over. And it was.

The same bouncing ball gets Kohli again

Same ball as Dushmanta Chameera. This time it was Prasidh Krishna with a lifter from behind along the outside of the torso. Previously, Umesh Yadav also hacked Virat Kohli. When he started off the stem, with little showing on him, Kohli tried, as usual, to ride a jump with the wrists, with a semi-vertical racket. Many first-class batsmen would have opted for the horizontal cut or the horizontal cut but Kohli does not make the cuts. He loves to punch and when the ball bounces more than he expects, he tries to ride the jump with his wrists, with a shot that is somewhat like steering. When the speed of the ball aligns with the bounce, it becomes difficult. Unsurprisingly, Kohli was outdone by wicket-keeper Sanju Samson who put it down quietly and ran forward without much celebration. Kohli made one positive contribution to the highlights package when he walked two paces to Trent Boult, picked a long delivery, and moved it on the back square leg for six.

An intruder jumps over the fence and reaches and touches Kohli

In the third incident of its kind in three consecutive Premier League matches, an intruder rushed onto the field at Narendra Modi Stadium right after the first handover of Qualifier 2 between Royal Challengers Bangalore and Rajasthan Royals in Ahmedabad.

Breaking through a biologically safe bubble, the man broke through the bounds of the third man and managed to reach Virat Kohli, who was on strike and preparing to face the second delivery from Trent Bolt. He extended his hand towards Kohli, who stood cautiously on the tuck but from afar, the man looked as if he had touched the gauntlet of the former India captain. Then he started to run toward the third man’s rope, but about halfway through, two security personnel finally caught up with him and threw him to the ground. Then they carried him out of the field.

In Eden Gardens during the elimination between RCB and Lucknow Super Giants, a fan jumped into the ring and rushed towards Kohli but was intercepted by police before he could reach his target. Prior to that, during Qualifier 1 between Gujarat Titans and RR in Kolkata, a fan managed to clear the fence as well but was cut before he could make much progress.

Krishna sets a trap, Patidar falls, but Parag sets him free

What do you do when you are hit on two consecutive edges from the back by long balls outside the torso? Prasidh Krishna chose to repeat the rendition, and this time took the effort to raise it to a higher level and almost had his man Rajat Patidar. But Ryan Barrage caught him right at a backpoint. The first two boundary balls showed what Krishna’s intention was: to produce a conduction similar to that rejected by Kohli. Unlike Kohli, Patidar punched them to the point. Once the previous Krishna also finished, he sliced ​​it up and then slipped. Krishna continued this for the third time in a row instead of floating anything fuller. And that one kicked the most. Batidar jumped, a foot in the air, trying to punch her again but the extra bounce means he can’t control the shot. The ball seemed to be heading for Baraj’s palms, who raised his hands above his but it spilled. Krishna glanced at Parag, Ashwin sighed, and Patidar escaped.

McCoy threw a dive at the last minute, and somehow managed to get his palm under the ball in the gap where it didn’t appear to be and he clamped it down. (Twitter)

Who is the real McCoy? Obed or Ajay Jadeja

I wonder if Ajay Jadeja watched Obed McCoy’s attempt to banish Glenn Maxwell. For those of us, with a bit of gray in our hair, it reminded us of Jadeja hunting long ago to take out Allan Border at the 1992 World Cup. McCoy sprinted forward at full speed off his beautiful leg, but it still seemed like it might not be enough because the ball seemed Like a death wish, and quickly die it. But McCoy threw a plunge at the last minute, and somehow managed to get his palm under the ball in the gap where it didn’t appear to be and he clamped it down. When Jadeja did it around the time before dawn, with the game in New Zealand, he just ignored any remaining sleep from our eyes, grinning. These days, no one is surprised by the sport, but McCoy’s efforts have been a throwback to Indians of a certain class. For the record, India lost that match by one round. #I’m just saying.

Virat Kohli was addressing the pre-chasing gathering, conversing intensely with all the RCB players standing in a circle with hands on each other’s shoulders. (Photo by Samuel Rajkumar/Sportzpics for IPL)

Drip Drip… What Will Win: Hazelwood’s Sweat or Kohli’s Speech?

Whether it was sweat or he just washed his face, beads of water started to fall on Josh Hazelwood’s forehead. The problem was that Virat Kohli was addressing the pre-chasing rally, talking intensely with all the RCB players standing in a circle with hands on each other’s shoulders. It was Kohli who was talking with the fave du plessis locked beside him. Meanwhile, water/sweat started to drip onto Hazlewood’s nose. More beads were following her. Kohli was his emotional self, speaking loudly. Hazelwood waited. Once Kohli finished his speech, Hazelwood turned to dig and asked for the towel. Phew.

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