IPL 2017, Day When Gambhir’s Riders hunts the Kohli’s Big Royal Challengers Bangalore

IPL 2017, Day When Gambhir’s Riders hunts the Kohli’s Big Royal Challengers Bangalore

It was 23 April 2017, when Kolkata Knight Riders bowled out the Royal Challengers Bangalore at little 49 in just 9.4 overs. This history was written in the 10th Edition of the popular T20 league–Indian premier league. It was the lowest score in IPL history ever and surprising!! Famous franchise–Royal Challengers Bangalore made it. Kohli, De Villiers, Gayle starring team Bangalore has bowled out in just 9.4 overs. None of the players from Bangalore registered himself in two-digit runs. All credit goes to the bowlers of Knight Riders who kept the batsman long by playing big shots for in the match. KKR won this game by 82 runs and got two points by winning this game.

IPL 2017, Match 27 RCB Vs KKR

At first Royal Challengers, skipper Virat Kohli won the toss and elected to field first. Batsman Sunil Narine and Gautam Gambhir proved his decision wrong with their hitting Partnership of 48 runs in just 3.4 overs. Gautam Gambhir out on 14 while Naraine hit faboulas 34 runs. Apart from these two batsmen, no other player succeed to score some big innings, results as Kolkata got all out on 131 in 19.3 overs. Young spinner –Yujvendra Chahal conceded 16 runs in his spell and got three wickets. Bangalore bowlers showed a tremendous bowling performance and bowled out KKR in just 131 runs.

Lowest Score in IPL History

All Cricket lovers were convincing this total as a comfortable victory for Royal Challengers because RCB has stars like Kohli, De Villiers, Gayle, and Jadhav. Pace bowler Nathan Coulter-Nile get Virat Kohli on his first over of this match. After the departure of Kohli, the team got crumbled like a card game. They have been bowled out at 49 in 9.4 overs. Medium-Pacer Colin-De-Grandhomme got three wickets and thrashed the middle order of Champion RCB in 1.4 overs. This was the first time in IPL history when RCB failed to score 50 runs in an innings and also it is the lowest total in IPL history ever.

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Abhishek Lohia

Abhishek Lohia was a Sports and Political Writer working for Newsfolo and is no longer associated with the organization.

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