Enchanting Pics Of Aisha Sharma
Appealing Clicks Of Kashmira Pardeshi
Kriti Sanon and Adipurush team visit Tirum...
Scintillating Treat From Shalini Pandey
Alluring Poses Of Neha Sharma From Goa Bea...
Casual and Cool Raashi Khanna In White
Pretty Looks Of Chandini Chowdhary In Retr...
Alluring Poses Of Anasuya On Vacation
Being a Royal Challengers Bangalore fan it is tough to watch the Indian Premier League (IPL) tournament. Despite getting a good start and winning the initial matches, the team fails to take forward the winning steak and losses the crucial matches, and ends up leaving the tournament.
Since the inception of the tournament, the team has been repeating the same and the fans constantly feel bad about the team's performance. By the time, the tournament gets to come to an end, fans keep themselves busy making prediction tables on how can the RCB make it to the playoffs and enter the finals.
The ongoing IPL season is no exemption from this. After winning back-to-back matches in the initial days with Dinesh Karthik proving his skills, RCB is not in a position to take forward the same streak. The other day, the RCB had lost the key match, making its chances of going into the playoffs weak.
As the RCB lost the match with a margin of more than 5o runs, the team supporters are others came up with an explanation that is surprising to one and all. The match coming to a brief halt after a batsman spotted a cat resting near the sightscreen, and fans started to blame the cat for this.
When the RCB came to the field to chase the massive target, skipper Faf du Plessis found a car at the screen and he stopped the play. The RCB captain even asked the umpires to see that the cat will be sent out. As a result, the game was paused.
According to RCB fans, RCB got a bit of bad luck after Faf du Plessis spotted the cat and the bad luck continued with the RCB players including Run Machine Virat Kohli losing wickets at regular intervals.
After the match resulted in a big loss for the team, the RCB fans and supporters took to social media and shared the pictures of a cat interrupting the game. Not just that, the fans even kept the blame on the cat for the poor show of the players as they lost their wickets for low scores.