IPL 2019: Kohli at the other end jumped six places after De Villiers hit six on the field. Look at Kohli as if he had scored a century. This reaction of Kohli was captured by the cameraman.
IPL 2019: Mumbai’s fast bowling bowler Jaspreet Bumrah’s bowling has helped Mumbai Indians defeat the De Villiers half-century. Mumbai defeated Royal Challengers Bangalore by six runs in the thrilling encounter on Thursday in the seventh match of the Indian Premier League (IPL). This is the first win in three matches of Mumbai’s championship, while Bangalore have to face a second defeat in a row. In this match, AB de Villiers put RCB to the heel to the smallest. But the RCB lost the match due to a bad decision by the umpire.
In this match, De Villiers batted in a formidable batting with an unbeaten 70 in 41 balls with four fours and six sixes. During this, De Villiers put his second innings in the innings, then RCB captain Virat Kohli was able to see the reaction. Kohli, who was standing at the other end as he hit six sixes in De Villiers, jumped heavily on the field. Look at Kohli as if he had scored a century. This reaction of Kohli was captured by the cameraman.
Let’s say RCB decided to bowl before winning the toss in this match played on Thursday. Batting first, Mumbai scored 187 for eight wickets and then restricted Bangalore to 181 for five wickets in 20 overs. But there was a big controversy over the last ball of this match. RCB needed seven runs on the last ball. Lasith Malinga was bowling and Shivam Dubey was in front. Malinga bowled the ball and Dubey played a shot on long-on. RCB batsmen did not run the run but it was seen in Replay that Malinga’s leg had passed beyond the crease. That is, he was a no ball but the umpire did not notice it. If the umpire gave no ball then perhaps the result of the match could have been more.