Virat Kohli and Gautam Gambhir have a heated exchange: LSG vs. RCB IPL 2023
LSG vs. RCB IPL 2023: Royal Challengers Bangalore star batter Virat Kohli and Lucknow Super Giants coach Gautam Gambhir got into a heated argument during the IPL 2023 match between the two teams on Monday in Lucknow.
Kohli & Gambhir get into a heated argument
During the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2023 match between the two teams on Monday in Lucknow, RCB’s star batsman Virat Kohli and LSG mentor Gautam Gambhir got into an intense debate. Throughout the game, Kohli was frequently seen becoming quite animated whenever an LSG batter was dismissed during the chase.
Gambhir gave a “shut up” signal to the Banglore crowd in their last encounter
Gambhir gave the Bengaluru crowd a “shut up” sign the last time the two teams played in an IPL 2023 match in Bengaluru. Virat may have been responding to that, but it’s unclear. But when the game was over, the two shook hands, and everything appeared to be as it should be. The star opener for LSG, Kyle Mayer, then went up to Kohli and struck up a conversation with the illustrious RCB player.
About the heated scene
Gambhir arrived and removed Mayers from the scene at this point. Photographs from the match right after the incident displayed Gambhir being animated and talking to Kohli, who seemed more composed of the two. Along with other players, KL Rahul and support staff separated the two.
About the Match
Speaking of matches, Royal Challengers Bangalore crushed the Lucknow Super Giants by a score of 18 runs. LSG held Royal Challengers Bangalore to a score of 126 for nine. In response, the hosts were in trouble at 27 for 4, then 65 for 6 in the eleventh over. After 19.5 overs, LSG was eventually bowled out for 108. After RCB won the toss and decided to bat first, captain Faf du Plessis scored 44 off 40 balls, and top-order batsman Virat Kohli made 31 off 30 deliveries.
The most productive bowler for LSG was Naveen-ul-Haq, who finished with three wickets for 30 runs in four overs. Ravi Bishnoi, a leg-spinner, concluded with an outstanding performance of 2/21 in his allotted four overs. Amit Mishra also claimed two wickets for LSG, and Krunal Pandya bowled sensibly to wrap up with a figure of 0/21 in four overs.
Royal Challengers Bangalore: 126/9; 20 overs: Faf du Plessis 44; Naveen-ul-Haq 3/30.
Lucknow Super Giants: 108/10; 19.5 overs: Josh Hazlewood 2/15.