Virat Kohli, the captain of Indian national team and Royal Challengers Banglore has left the IPL with a delicate defeat.
In the last game of ligament, the battles have been dropped by the 30 runs with Rajasthan Royals on Saturday evening. With the victory, Rajasthan has kept playoff possibilities. With 14 marks, Rajasthan is ranked fourth in the fourth place, while Bangalore has been travelling in sixth place and could tour the tournament.
Bangladeshi players who did not score the total of 20 runs were also able to play the entire 20 overs. Apart from AB Devilish, 4 balls left the batsman in a 34-run stand. Devilliers 53 and Parthiv Patel did not miss any other batsmen except 33.
Virat Kohli 4, Mohan Ali 1, Mandeep Singh got 3 runs. Bravo Gopal of Rajasthan, after taking 4 wickets for 16 runs in 4 overs, is included in the same paragraph.
Rajasthan, who chose to bat the toss and lost 64 runs, lost 5 wickets in the last 20 overs. His Rahul Tirupati scored 32 runs, Ajikey Rahane 33 and Henrich Clausen. Bangalore is the second team to get out of the IPL. Earlier, Delhi Daredevils were out.