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Bangalore loses in that one over, Koli era comes to an end

Sharjah: The Royal Challengers Bangalore final of the season ended in the eliminator round. In the innings, RCB won by four wickets. With this, KKR will take on Delhi Capitals in the second qualifier. With the defeat, Virat Kohli vacated the post of RCB captain. KKR won the toss and elected to field. When Varun Chakraborty and Sunil Narine defeated the RCB middle order, the RCB managed to score only 138. Narine, who took the most valuable four wickets and scored 26 off 15 balls in favor of KKR, was the man of the match. Read Also: The main reason for RCB’s defeat was the fall of the batting midfield. In addition, Daniel Christian conceded more than 20 runs in each over, turning the game around. Narine hit three sixes in Christian’s over to give KKR the lead. In the final overs, RCB was unable to utilize the bowlers properly. KKR have no significant concerns when it comes down to the second qualifier. The form of the openers and the excellence of the bowlers will strengthen the team. However, KKR failed to find the expected run in the final overs. The form of captains Eoin Morgan and Dinesh Karthik is also worrying. Narine, who took four wickets in the match, became the first player to achieve this feat three times for a franchise. Virat Kohli’s last match in the RCB as captain came to an end. Harshal Patel managed to take a record 32 wickets in an IPL season, but the defeat set a record. Mohammad Siraj, who took his 100th wicket in 50 T20 matches, was also disappointed.


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