Virat Kohli Recalled ‘Game Changer’ Move For RCB But Got Trolled Badly

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Virat Kohli Recalled ‘Game Changer’ Move For RCB But Got Trolled Badly: Royal Challengers Bangalore is one of the most loved franchises of the Indian Premier League. However, despite being one of the 8 founding franchises of the IPL, the team has failed to win even a single title.

Virat Kohli, who has been associated with the franchise since the inception of the cash-rich league, is one of the biggest stars of the IPL, however, despite his efforts – both as captain and batter -Kohli has failed to take his team to the title win. In fact, ever since the 2011 edition of the IPL, RCB has only managed to make it into the finals just once in 2016 where they once again failed to win the trophy.

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Recently, in an interview, Virat Kohli talked about his 14-year-old journey with the franchise. He revealed that the arrival of Chris Gayle and AB de Villiers in 2011 was the turning point for Royal Challengers Bangalore. He had said:  “For me, the game changed when AB was bought in 2011 and Chris was signed mid-season 2011. You know what the bowlers think when they are running in to bowl, that (out of) these three guys, if two bat together for a while, it’s trouble for us,” 

Meanwhile, fans were not convinced with Kohli’s ‘game changer’ comment and started trolling the former captain hilariously on Twitter, considering the RCB’s failure to win titles. Fans came up with hilarious jokes and memes while trolling the former RCB captain.

Here, check out the reactions of Twitterati on this:

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