TATA IPL 2022: Banter Between MI and RCB on Virat Kohli’s dismissal, Check out Now!!!

Virat Kohli was dismissed over a controversial run-out on the score of 48 runs.

Yesterday was the one of the most hyped match between Mumbai Indians and Royal Challengers Bangalore and it was won by Bangalore by 7 wickets. The man of the match was given to Anuj Rawat, and uncapped player and a talented youngster who scored 66 runs of 47 balls. The match was won with 9 balls remaining as the final stroke was given by Maxwell who played his first match of the season.

Anuj Rawat lost his wicket wicket in the 17th over and Mumbai still had a little hope. Virat was playing at the scpre pf 48 runs and Karthik was at the crease at that time with him. Rohit Sharma did something different in the 19th over as he gave the ball to the youngster Dewald Brevis who hadn’t bowled a single ball this season. On this very first ball of the season he got Virat Kohli out by LBW.

Virat had taken a review on the spot and the Ultra Edge showed that the ball was touching the bat and pad simultaneously and so the third umpire went with the original decision and checked the ball tracking. Kohli was finally given out and he was angry because the decision was not fair and also because he missed his half century by just 2 runs.

Today Mumbai Indians posted a tweet with a picture after Brevis took Kohli’s wicket and wrote “That first ball, first wicket waali feeling ” and after a while Royal Challengers Bangalore gave a reply to Mumbai Indians saying that they were looking through the MCC Laws of Cricket and they found that If the Ball touches the ball and pad simultaneously, then it shall be considered as the ball having touched the bat first. This spiked up conversations over the twitter and some said the umpire was biased.

Check out the tweets below: