'Anushka won't let him hold the baby': Twitter Brutally Trolls Virat Kohli After He Drops Two Easy Catches
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‘Anushka won’t let him hold the baby’: Twitter Brutally Trolls Virat Kohli After He Drops Two Easy Catches

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Virat Kohli dropped Rahul twice (Credits: IPLT20)

The sixth match of IPL 2020 between Kings XI Punjab and Royal Challengers Bangalore was one such match where nothing worked out for Virat Kohli. He had a forgettable day at the office and would be looking to move on as quickly as possible.

He dropped Kings XI Punjab captain KL Rahul twice and the latter went on to make his India captain pay a big price for the same. Rahul was on 83 and 89 when he was dropped by Virat Kohli and went on to smash an unbeaten 132 off just 69 balls. His stunning knock was studded with 14 fours and seven sixes.

After being dropped by Virat Kohli, Rahul smashed 42 runs from just 9 balls. In the 19th over, he hit Dale Steyn for 26 runs before ending the innings by hitting Shivam Dube for a four and two sixes on the final three balls. Riding on Rahul’s knock, Kings XI Punjab went on to post a huge total of 206 for 3 in the allotted 20 overs.

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KL Rahul. Image Credits: IPL

As if those twin drops were not enough, Virat Kohli failed with the bat too. The RCB captain managed to score just 1 before being sent back by Sheldon Cottrell. And as Virat Kohli was struggling on the field, he was being brutally trolled on Twitter for his two dropped catches and failure with the bat.

The cricket fans did not waste the rare opportunity of trolling the batting superstar.

Here are some of the reactions:

https://twitter.com/jaycumsarcasm/status/1309161087120683008

As far as the game is concerned, it looks all over for RCB. At the time of writing this report, they were reeling at 87 for 6 in the 14th over. All of their recognised batsmen were already back in the hut.

Watch: Virat Kohli Drops KL Rahul Twice As Latter Smashes 42 Runs Off 9 Balls After That

Also Read: IPL 2020: KL Rahul’s 132 The Highest Individual Score By An Indian Batsman