Virat did not work in front of this player, this is how the player cheated on the boundary line

New Delhi:

Venkatesh Iyer Takes Virat Kohli's Outstanding Catch:

In the match played between Royal Challengers Bangalore and Kolkata Knight Riders at M Chinna Swamy Stadium Bangalore, RCB had to face defeat by 21 runs.

In this match too, Bangalore was captained by

Virat Kohli

, he won the toss and called Kolkata to bat first.

But KKR put 200 runs on the scoreboard, dashing Virat's wishes.

After which the story of RCB chasing the target was the same.

If the top three batsmen performed, then the match was won.

Otherwise no guarantee.

First Faf was out, then Maxwell and then Kohli were also caught by KKR in their trap.

As long as Virat Kohli was at the crease, the hope of Bangalore's victory was intact.

But Venkatesh Iyer

worked to break this hope.

  Who caught the brilliant catch of Virat on the boundary line and forced the fans of Kolkata to dance.


A. CATCH 🔥🔥@Russell12A gets the big wicket of Virat Kohli as @venkateshiyer takes a stunning catch 👏🏻👏🏻#TATAIPL |

— IndianPremierLeague (@IPL) April 26, 2023

Even the commentators did not lag behind and were seen praising Venkatesh's outstanding catch.

The 13th over of RCB's innings was brought by Andre Russell and on his very first ball Virat went to hit a big hit over long on.

But Venkatesh Iyer came in the middle, who caught a tremendous catch by diving forward on the low ball and also gave a big blow to Bangalore.

After this catch of Venkatesh, the fellow players were seen celebrating, on the other hand, Virat Kohli's wife and actress Anushka Sharma, who was present in the stands, looked very disappointed. King Kohli got out after scoring 54 runs in 36 balls.

RCB's team was able to score only 179 runs while chasing the score of 200 runs. 

In the match, Kolkata's mystery spinner Varun Chakraborty bowled an amazing spell and took 3 wickets for 27 runs in 4 overs.

Kolkata's strategy against Virat and RCB worked and they stopped the top players of RCB from reaching the target by trapping them in the web of spin.