Again, Kohli’s ‘Golden Duck’, the team is also in double shame

Again, Kohli’s ‘Golden Duck’,

the team is also in double shame . In the last match when the ball went to the point with the touch of the bat, Virat Kohli’s expression was worth watching. He laughed at his own misfortune, in such a horrible bad form, Golden Call! [ Golden Duck ]

Laughed even today. The bowler had some credit for his outing that day, a contribution of misfortune. Today, when Marco Jansen’s ball is caught in the slip, it is entirely his responsibility. Kohli is out again with the first ball. The surprise of getting Kohli’s golden call in two consecutive matches, however, disappeared after the end of the innings.

His team had scored 161 runs without Kohli the day before. Royal Challengers Bangalore were bowled out for 7 against Sunrisers Hyderabad today. In reply, Hyderabad won by 9 wickets with 72 balls in hand.

Faf du Plessis, who scored 98 runs, Golden Duck

pulled Bangalore that day. After the departure of Du Plessis today, Kohli had the main responsibility to step down. When that Kohli returned with zero runs, the fear of collapse arose. Jansen dismissed the top order in 6 runs. Relying on Glenn Maxwell or Dinesh Karthik in great form, the team had to be disappointed today. [ Golden Duck ]

 

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The top six batsmen have either

bowled today or caught behind the wicket. Bangalore were bowled out for just six runs in front of Natarajan, Umrah Malik and Jagadish Suchit. 23 balls of the innings remained unused.

In this, Hyderabad has broken a record of its own. This is their best bowling power in the IPL. In 2013, the team cut the Delhi Daredevils to 12 runs from the record of 60 runs.

In this, Hyderabad has broken a record of its own. This is their best bowling power in the IPL. In 2013, the team cut the Delhi Daredevils to 12 runs from the record of 60 runs.

The frustration of Bangalore is the opposite

of the joy of Hyderabad. They have the record of lowest runs in IPL. In 2016, they were bowled out for just 49 runs in 9.4 overs against Kolkata Knight Riders. Bangalore, who lost 6 wickets for 49 runs today, added 19 more runs for the next 3 wickets. The team somehow managed to avoid the top five. [ Golden Duck ]

After Bangalore’s 49 runs, the remaining

four scores were shared by the three teams. In 2009, Rajasthan Royals were all out for 56 runs against Bangalore. The Delhi Daredevils were all out for 7 and 8 against Mumbai Indians and Kings XI Punjab in the 2016 IPL. And in the first IPL, Kolkata stopped with 6 runs against Mumbai. [ Golden Duck ]

Hyderabad easily surpassed the target of only 69 runs, Ken Williamson still batted a little Royce, on the other hand Abhishek Sharma took the storm. Sharma was dismissed for 46 off 26 balls.....

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