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IPL 2021 LIVE: AB de Villiers perfectly mimics Virat Kohli wild celebration in dressing room

IPL 2021: Royal Challengers Bangalore have made it to the IPL final on 3 occasions but they haven’t pressed the case better to win any title. However, taking their overall form and other factors into account, RCB have a great chance to win a title. Virat Kohli will step down as RCB captain after the end of this season. He will be giving absolutely everything to make sure that they win the title for the first time.

The Indian Premier League has entertained the fans in many different ways. Be it batting, bowling, fielding, overall performance of the team, IPL has been nothing short of entertainment. Delhi Capitals, Chennai Super Kings, Royal Challengers Bangalore and Kolkata Knight Riders are placed first, second, third and fourth respectively. These four teams have shown great zeal and consistency so far.It is no secret that the cricket fraternity has witnessed wonderful things on the field. Likewise, there are several interesting incidents taking place in the dressing room as well.

Players have had some terrific time in the dressing room where they do something crazy. Their antics become the talking point more often than not.

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At times, these incidents go viral on social media as well. Recently, a video featuring Virat Kohli, AB de Villiers and other RCB players has been doing the rounds on social media.

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IPL 2021: Watch – Ravindra Jadeja Pats Umpire Anil Chaudhary's Back Appreciating His Decision To Not Give A Wide

An amusing occasion occurred between Chennai Super Kings all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja and umpire Anil Chaudhary, who was administering CSK's down against the Royal Challengers Bangalore on Friday in Sharjah. On the fourth wad of the eleventh over, Ravindra Jadeja shot down a quicker conveyance outside the batsman, Devdutt Padikkal's off-stump. The left-hander, as he was hoping to take on his coordinate and planning for a trudge on the leg side, gotten across his off-stump.

With the conveyance actually going more extensive, he chose to leave it without a second to spare withdrawing his cut shot. Shockingly, umpire Anil Chaudhary didn't consider it a wide – in light of the fact that he had gotten across his off-stump. Returning to his bowling mark, Ravindra Jadeja, intrigued by this choice of Chaudhary, tapped him twice on his back, delineating his appreciation for the umpire.

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RCB's batting free wheels after 111-run opening stand

Subsequent to being placed in to bat first, Virat Kohli got going the innings with two limits on the initial two balls against Deepak Chahar. Devdutt Padikkal followed with several fours of his own. The pair began to release their shots as both hit their first maximums and covered off the powerplay at 55/0. With each finished, and every limit the association developed arriving at 90 at the 10-over mark with both batting during the 40s, at a strike rate near 150. Both the batsmen raised their individual fifties, in any case, Kohli had dialed back by then, at that point, and lost his wicket to Dwayne Bravo, gotten by Ravindra Jadeja in the profound.

111/0 went to 150/4 as AB de Villiers, Padikkal and afterward debutant Tim David lost their wickets – all got out – while endeavoring big cheeses. On Friday in Sharjah, a clever episode happened between Chennai Super Kings all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja and umpire Anil Chaudhary, who was directing in the CSK versus RCB conflict.

The episode happened on the fourth bundle of the eleventh over, when Ravindra Jadeja bowled a speedier conveyance outside the off-stump to RCB player Devdutt Padikkal. The southpaw who has been in heavenly structure was having prepared to hit the chance as he got across his off-stump.

Nonetheless, Padikkal decided to leave the ball at the last possible moment, pulling out his cut shot, as the conveyance kept on going more extensive. In any case, incredibly, umpire Anil Chaudhary didn't call it wide. Ravindra Jadeja, satisfied with the choice which turned out in support of himself, praised the umpire twice returning to the bowling mark, communicating his regard and appreciation for the umpire.

Subsequent to winning the throw, MS Dhoni requested that RCB bat first.RCB got off to a flying beginning on account of a 111-run association between Virat Kohli and Devdutt Paddikal for the principal wicket. In the fourteenth over, RCB were 111 for no misfortune.

In any case, because of Dhoni's captaincy, everything changed for Chennai Super Kings. He put the right defenders in the right positions and gave the ball to the right bowlers who were appropriate for those conditions. This implied that Royal Challengers Bangalore were restricted to only 156 runs in 20 overs. A unique situation arrived in the 11th over of the first innings. RCB were already in a very comfortable position and Dhoni had brought in Ravindra Jadeja. The Indian international was bowling very tight in that over.

However, on the fourth ball of the over, while bowling Jadeja saw Devdutt Paddikal moving. He smartly bowled further away from Devdutt. But the batsman was not looking happy with that ball. He looked at the umpire and asked for the wide.

Accordingly, CSK set up a comparative first-wicket organization. Ruturaj Gaikwad and Faf du Plessis added 71 runs for the principal wicket. During the center overs, Chennai seemed, by all accounts, to be in a difficult situation, yet they recuperated and dominated the game by six wickets with eleven balls to save. Presently the Chennai Super Kings are probably going to guarantee a season finisher spot with another triumph in impending matches.

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