RCB vs RR: Virat Kohli doesn’t expected that he has won the toss, go back after flip the coin

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In an amusing moment ahead of Thursday’s IPL 2021 conflict, Royal Challengers Bangalore captain Virat Kohli walked away after flipping the coin in the middle of the toss. However, it was ruled in his favor.

Rajasthan Royals skipper Sanju Samson called ‘Tails,’ but the coin fall on the opposite face.

Although, Virat Kohli, ignorant that he had won it, stepped back and let Samson move ahead. It was beyond host Ian Bishop called Virat Kohli that he noticed his mistake.
The RCB captain fashioned a sheepish smile and quipped:

“Did I win the toss? Sorry. I am not used to winning tosses!”

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Here’s a video of the incident:

However, the 32-year-old choose to bowl first in Mumbai and announced one change in their range from the last game.

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Australian quick Kane Richardson replaced Rajat Patidar to put more variety and teeth to the bowling strike.

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“This venue allows us to play even more expressive and positive cricket” – Virat Kohli.

Virat Kohli and co. are leaving an incredible run in the tournament. They are the only unconquered edge in IPL 2021 so far, having won all of their game on Chennai’s slow wicket.

Mumbai, at the same time will offer more pace and even bounce, helping seamers. At the toss, Virat Kohli said his bowling attack will watch to make the maximum of the new ball.

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“Going to bowl. Have seen results here whether there’s dew or not. Still continues to be a high scoring ground. Last night we saw that even if you lose early wickets, just one partnership and you’re never far in the game. Been batting well as a group. Confident we can chase anything down. At the same time we’re bowling well as well. We just want to get into this pitch and conditions with the new ball and try and exploit whatever we can,” Virat Kohli said.

Virat Kohli also said his excitement about playing at a ground that will favor more constant hitting. Nonetheless, he also recognized that the bowlers will have to adapt a little more.

“It’s very exciting for me as a batsman but the bowlers will have to adjust. The good thing is we have bowlers with height who can swing the new ball. Will look to make the most of that new ball. Very exciting for us. Have experienced conditions totally opposite in Chennai. This game and this venue allows us to play even more expressive and positive cricket. Just one change. Richardson replaces Patidar. Experienced guy. Has been bowling well in the BBL last one year or so,” he concluded.

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