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Virat Kohli Absolutely Livid After Being Outfoxed and Clean Bowled by SRH’s Mayank Markande | WATCH

Virat Kohli was a man of a mission right from the word go as Royal Challengers Bangalore went out to chase the mammoth target of 288. Kohli, alongside his RCB skipper Faf du Plessis, got off to a rollicking start as the duo clobbered 79 runs in the powerplay overs – the highest powerplay score in IPL history with Kohli 42 off 20 balls.

Kohli was dropped in the first over by Abhishek Sharma – a simple return catch that Sharma did not expect to come to him. Kohli then finished the over with a boundary. In the second over Kohli clobbered Bhuvneshwar Kumar for a four and a six, then proceeded to hit take two more fours of his former India teammate in his next over.

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A four and six followed off T Natarajan and a four ooff SRH skipper Pat Cummins. But, SRH’s bowling change in the form of Mayank Markande – who came in as the impact sub for Travis Head, the first innings centurion, proved to be the gamechanger as Markande silenced the Chinnaswamy crowd with an 83.7 kmph googly, completely outfoxing Kohli.

Kohli attempted a slog sweep but mistimed his shot, resulting in the ball crashing into the stumps. Expressing his frustration, Kohli let out a loud shriek as he left the field.

Earlier, the Sunrisers Hyderabad batters amassed a formidable total of 287 runs against the Royal Challengers Bangalore bowling attack. This marked an improvement from their previous performance of 277 runs against the Mumbai Indians on March 27, setting a new record for the highest-ever total in IPL and franchise league history.

Travis Head led the charge with a blistering 39-ball century, the fourth-fastest in IPL history. Heinrich Klaasen also contributed significantly with a brutal 31-ball 67, supported by quick cameos from Aiden Markram (32 off 17), Abdul Samad (37 off 10), and Abhishek Sharma (34 off 22).

In contrast, RCB’s bowling display was lackluster, with their overseas recruit Reece Topley conceding 1/68 in four overs – the third-worst bowling figures in IPL history. Additionally, four RCB bowlers conceded over 50 runs, a first in IPL history.

Sunrisers Hyderabad eventually finished with a total of 287/3, marking the second-highest total in T20 cricket. Their innings featured 22 sixes, setting a new record for the most sixes in an IPL inning.

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