IPL history: when Virat Kohli proved to be a villain for his own team

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New Delhi: The magic of the game of Team India captain Virat Kohli remains intact even from international cricket to IPL. King Kohli is considered the master of IPL because Kohli has many records in the name of IPL. Kohli, who captained and batted hard for RCB, once proved to be a villain for his own team. Virat Kohli took that match to Bangalore due to his poor bowling. This match has been the worst match of Virat’s IPL career.

Actually, during the 2012 IPL, a fight was being played between Chennai Super Kings and Royal Challengers Bangalore. At that time the captain of RCB was Daniel Vettori. Batting first, RCB gave Chennai a target of 206 runs in 20 overs. These runs of RCB included the half-centuries of Virat Kohli and Chris Gayle. Everything was going in favour of Royal Challengers Bangalore. CSK’s team stood on the verge of scoring 43 runs in 2 overs in spite of the best innings of Dhoni and Faf du Plessis. 

Just the real thrill of the match started from here. Virat Kohli, who gave 8 runs in his first over, was handed the ball by RBC captain Vettori in the 19th over. Everyone was surprised, what did Vettori decide, but when the front team wants to score 43 runs in 2 overs, then often the captain gets his part-time bowlers bowled. The score of Chennai Super Kings was 163-4 at that time. Albie Morkel and Dwayne Brabo were present at the crease.

Kohli started bowling in the 19th over, taking the edge of Morkel’s first ball and went for 4 runs behind the wicket. But after that, Morkel did what he is known for and he did a total of 28 runs in the entire over of Virat, scoring 4,6,4, 6,2,6 runs. Under which, the gap of victory in front of CSK was reduced to 15 runs in the last over, which was eventually achieved by Jadeja and Brabo. In this way, RCB lost the match due to a bad over by Virat Kohli. Kohli will never want to miss this match.

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