IPL 2020

Aakash Chopra Trolled KXIP Like A Boss After The Super Over

Aakash Chopra

Aakash Chopra Trolled KXIP Like A Boss After The Super Over: What an incredible match it was, as IPL’s very own Northern Derby collided with each other and gave the cricket watchers a treat for sure.

Delhi Capitals were winning the match right from the start of the chase until the 16th over before Mayank Agarwal and Gowtham started taking on the bowlers and then in the last over, with just one run away from victory, things changed for the worse for the Kings XI Punjab as the match ended up with a tie leading to a Super Over.

Unreal it may sound, the thrilling nail-biting Super-Over was an absolute eye treat for the fans. This match was an absolute cracking beginning to the season.

Both the teams were on the level as the match came towards an end of regular ones. In the super-over, KL Rahul and Nicholas Pooran came out to bat for KXIP in the Super-Over and the responsibility of the ball was given to Kagiso Rabada by Delhi Capitals. Kagiso Rabada ended the Super Overs for KXIP in just 3 runs.

Kagiso Rabada bowled a fantastic super over and gave away only 2 runs, picking a couple of wickets. All thanks to the brilliant performance by Rabada Delhi Capitals were able to beat KXIP.

After Delhi Capitals crushed Kings XI Punjab with a Super Over end, netizens already flooded the social media with their amazing reactions on the same. While many heaped praises on Stoinis and Rabada’s heroics, there were many who sympathised with Mayank Agarwal’s efforts. There were many who trolled KXIP.

Aakash Chopra

Among many, former Indian cricketer and commentator Aakash Chopra also took to his social media and trolled KXIP by referring to their Super Over performance as ‘Baby over’ performance of Gully cricket. He wrote:

#KXIP converted Super over into a Baby Over. How many of you remember that from gully cricket days??? #IPL2020″

Here, check out the Tweet:

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