Video of Virat Kohli by himself in the dressing room during the LSG match gets viral in the IPL 2024.

RCB lost to LSG by a score of 28 runs, which was their third defeat of the current competition.

Virat Kohli, the batting captain for Royal Challengers Bengaluru (RCB), appeared obviously dissatisfied in the locker room after his team’s April 2 loss to Lucknow Super Giants (LSG) at M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru. The team captained by Faf du Plessis suffered its third defeat in the IPL 2024 league stage with this setback.

Though the team as a whole was probably dissatisfied with the result against KL Rahul and Co., there was a lot of attention on their previous skipper. Following the loss, the 35-year-old was seen alone himself in the changing room in a video that has gone viral on social media. Wearing the RCB shirt, the ace batter appeared to be lost in contemplation as he sat slumped in a chair.

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View the popular video of Virat Kohli here:

Cheer up Champ Virat Kohli, we hate seeing you like this… 💔@imVkohli • #IPL2024 • #ViratGang (@ViratGangIN) April 3, 2024

By 28 runs, LSG defeated RCB in Bengaluru.

Mayank Yadav, the youthful pace sensation for Lucknow Super Giants (LSG), outperformed Royal Challengers Bengaluru (RCB) in their chase of a challenging goal of 182. Yadav, 21, made an impression with figures of 3/14 as LSG won by 28 runs by restricting the hosts to 153 in 19.4 overs. During the first two overs of the chase, LSG bowlers exerted pressure on Virat Kohli and Faf du Plessis, the openers.

In the fifth over, M Siddharth claimed his first IPL wicket, dismissing Kohli as the hitters tried to gain momentum. After bowling Glenn Maxwell out of the game, Mayank ran out the RCB skipper with the first ball of the sixth over. In the last over of his brilliant effort, the 21-year-old rattled Cameron Green’s stumps.

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Earlier, invited to bat first, LSG got off to a strong start. They struggled with the RCB bowlers in the middle overs, but in the last few overs of the opening session, they pulled off an upset. Quinton de Kock, the opener, put up an impressive 81 off 56 balls before Reece Topley removed him in the 17th over. Of particular note was the notable decline in LSG’s run rate from the 15th to the 18th over. But Nicholas Pooran took charge for LSG again, hitting a rapid 40* off just 21 balls to lead LSG to a score of 181/5.

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