RCB Are Getting Trolled Brutally On Twitter By Their Fans And Enemies

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Another year, another heartbreaking exit for RCB from the Indian Premier League: It was a heartbreaking sight for the fans to see RCB failing to deliver once again. It was a do or die match for them, however, they were defeated by Sunrisers Hyderabad. And as a result RCB’s journey in the ongoing edition of the Indian Premier League ended tonight, while SRH will now lock their horns with Delhi Capitals in Qualifier 2.

Before the game kickstarted, SRH won the toss and decided to bowl first. The high-spirited Sunrisers Hyderabad, who reached the playoffs after three back-to-back victories, kickstarted the game with a bang.

Virat Kohli led  Royal Challengers Bangalore made the worst possible start to the game as they lost four of their players early in the game today.  Devdutt Padikkal, who has been in some exceptional form lately in the ongoing edition of the tournament was dismissed after scoring just one run.

Skipper Virat Kohli, who came out to open with Devdutt also couldn’t give the best as he was dismissed by Jason Holder off a catch taken by Shreevats Goswami. Virat went back to the pavilion with only 6 runs off 7 balls. However, AB de Villiers came to RCB’s rescue as he held the game strong for RCB and added 56 runs off 43 balls, smashing 5 fours. RCB posted a total of 131 runs as a target for SRH.

Later, while chasing the target runs, SRH too lost four wickets in quick successions, however, Kane Williamson brought the much-needed momentum and took the game to the last ball of the game. Kane with the help of Jason Holder (24 off 20) was able to take their team to the winning side.

Meanwhile, social media was flooded with reactions from Twitterati on the performance of Virat Kohli and company in the do-or-die match for his team. From hilarious jokes to memes, twitterati are trolling the RCB left, right, and center for disappointing his fans once again with his batting performance.

Here, check out the reactions of Twitterati on this: