Indian Captain and RCB captain Virat Kohli has gifted his bat to young batsman Nitish Rana. In this third match of the IPL 2018, Rana bowled Kohli on his first over. After appreciating Rana’s performance, Virat Kohli gave him his bat after the match. Rana had also said some abusing word after Virat Kohli was dismissed, but Virat has done the job of encouraging Rana while ignoring that fact. During the third match, KKR captain Dinesh Karthik won the toss and invited RCB to bat first. RCB team was moving towards a big score with the help of Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers. Meanwhile, Karthik took a surprising decision and handed the ball to the hands of Part-timer Nitish Rana. Rana got the first De Villiers and then Kohli in the same over and returned the KKR to the match. After taking Kohli’s wicket, Rana spoke some abusing words. This behaviour of Rana has also been widely criticised on social media.
On the same day, Virat Kohli went to Rana and gave him a gift of the bat and greeted him for the future. Nitish Rana shared the picture with Bat on the Instagram account and informed about this. Rana wrote with the picture, “When a legendary player praised, the motivation to do better is to come in. Thank you for this Bat Virat Bhaiya “. There was a need for this magnificence. ‘
In the 15th over of the innings on Sunday, Kolkata’s part-time bowler Nitish Rana picked up wickets of AB de Villiers and Virat Kohli for the second and third consecutive balls. For a young player, this can be a big achievement, and nothing can be done that he has two best batsmen in the world in two consecutive balls. After this, he had celebrated in an aggressive manner.
After the match, it has been seemed that he did it under the joy of excitement, enthusiasm. However, fans at the stadium were surprised to see the whole spectrum. Virat Kohli did not consider Nitish Rana to say something right and he returned to Dugout. In that match RCB bat first, losing seven wickets in 20 overs and making 176 runs. In reply, KKR achieved the target by losing six wickets in 18.5 overs.