This is called revenge… RCB did the calculation, after Virat, Kane Williamson also got out on the first ball

Mumbai: To equalize the accounts, one should learn from Royal Challengers Bangalore. Former RCB captain and most successful batsman Virat Kohli may have been out on the first ball of the match, but the same fate happened to Sunrisers captain Kane Williamson. In the first match being played on Sunday in IPL, RCB will face Sunrisers Hyderabad. The biggest common factor of this match is that both the teams come from South India, but no one is less than anyone in giving competition to each other.

Williamson run out on the first ball

In the 54th match of the season, Royal Challengers Bangalore captain Kane Williamson was also out on the very first ball of the first over. Chasing a huge target of 193 runs, the Hyderabad captain was run out. Williamson, who came to open batting with Abhishek Sharma, faced Glenn Maxwell in the first over. But he was run out without playing any ball. Actually, Abhishek Sharma tried to steal the run by playing lightly on the very first ball, but Shahbaz Ahmed’s accurate throw was enough to send Williamson back.

Virat was out like this

Earlier, Virat Kohli, who was running in a bad rhythm, was dismissed by Inform on the first ball of the innings. In the current IPL, he was dismissed for the third time without opening the account on the first ball. After winning the toss in the match, RCB batted first. Jagdish Inform bowled the first over. Virat Kohli, in the process of playing the first ball on the leg-side, handed his catch to Sunrisers Hyderabad captain Kane Williamson. For Kohli, this season did not live up to his name. He could hit only one fifty so far. In 12 matches, only 216 runs have been scored from his bat. During this his average has been below 29. It also includes a fifty.

RCB has given a target of 192 runs

Captain Faf du Plessis’ scintillating 73 not out was followed by wicketkeeper Dinesh Karthik’s unbeaten 30 off eight balls as Royal Challengers Bangalore posted a challenging total of 192 for three against Sunrisers Hyderabad. Du Plessis hit eight fours and two sixes in his 50-ball innings. He put on 105 runs for the second wicket with Rajat Patidar (48) and 54 runs for the third wicket with Glenn Maxwell (33). Patidar hit four fours and two sixes in his 38-ball innings, while Maxwell hit three fours and two sixes in his 24-ball innings.