In a surprising turn of events, former India cricket team captains Virat Kohli and Sourav Ganguly have put an end to their long-standing feud.
After a recent match between the Royal Challengers Bangalore and the Delhi Capitals, observers saw the two of them shake hands and have a conversation, There were rumors circulating that they had stopped following each other on social media.
While the controversy around these cricketing legends seems to have ended, the Royal Challengers Bangalore are facing mounting troubles after suffering a defeat despite posting a competitive score of 181/4 in the first innings.
RCB’s opening partnership between Kohli and Faf du Plessis set the foundation for their score, but the Delhi Capitals’ batters showed sheer will and grit to chase down the target with 20 balls to spare. DC’s opening pair of David Warner and Phil Salt came out firing, reaching the 50-run mark in just 4.2 overs with a six.
Although RCB had a slim chance of a turnaround after Warner’s dismissal, they were unable to contain the explosive batting of the opposition. Salt brought up his half-century with a four, reaching the milestone in just 28 balls as DC raced to the 100-run mark in just nine overs.
The defeat is a setback for RCB, who will need to regroup and come back stronger in their next match.