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RCB vs LSG: “Virat Kohli Shouldn’t Play In The T20 World Cup” Fans Expressed Their Anger

Former Royal Challengers Bangalore captain Virat Kohli continues to have tough luck in the ongoing 2022 edition of the Indian Premier League as the stylish batter was dismissed for a first-ball duck against Lucknow Super Giants in the ongoing game at the DY Patil Stadium in Mumbai.

After being asked to bat first, Virat walked out to bat after the fall of their opener Anuj Rawat, however, his stay at the crease was cut short by Dushmantha Chameera.

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Chameera made sure that Virat’s stay in at the crease was only limited to one ball as he got rid of him in the first ball itself. Chameera hit the hard length and served it outside off. Virat could have left that ball but he flashed his blade at it and it went straight to the point where Deepak Hooda was standing and he took it with ease.

As Kohli realized that his stay at the crease was now over, he wore a disappointing smile on his face, reflecting as if bad luck continues to get better of him.

Meanwhile, fans on social media were left disappointed with the poor performance of Virat Kohli. The 33-year-old batting maestro is now getting trolled, left, right, and center on Twitter for his disappointing performance. There were many angry fans who felt that Virat shouldn’t be considered for the upcoming T20 World Cup 2022, considering his poor form.

Check out the reactions of Twitterati:

Talking about his stint in the upcoming 2022 edition of IPL, Virat has had a hot and cold season so far. He has amassed 119 runs from six matches at a very ordinary average of 23.80.

Also Read: IPL 2022: Relive Yuzvendra Chahal’s Magical ‘Hat-Trick’ Over Against KKR

 

Unnati Madan

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