Tensions were running high on the field during the Indian Premier League match between Royal Challengers Bangalore and Lucknow Super Giants.
The match was a real nail-biter. Even after the game, Virat Kohli and Gautam Gambhir couldn’t stay away from each other and had to be physically removed.
However, Kohli was unfazed by the drama that ensued. He stated this in a video that was uploaded to YouTube by RCB and titled “If you can give it, you gotta take it.” In that case, you shouldn’t hand it over.”
He was referring to the idea that it’s all a part of the game, and that sometimes you have no choice but to go along with the flow no matter what happens.
The victory for RCB, who had to come from behind to prevail in a low-scoring game, was certainly sweet. The team had previously suffered a devastating defeat at the hands of LSG, making this victory feel all the sweeter.
In addition, having the backing of one’s home crowd made for a “unbelievable feeling.”
However, the Indian Premier League took notice of the incident and fined both Kohli and Gambhir one hundred percent of their match fees.
They were observed engaging in disorderly conduct in a public setting, which constitutes a violation of the code of conduct.
In spite of the pressure that was building up on the pitch, Kohli’s teammates enjoyed watching him get worked up. Faf du Plessis commented that “That’s the best version of Virat, isn’t it?” when asked about the song.
To observe him in such a fired up state. When it comes to that, he really shines.” Kohli expressed his contentment with the victory by adding, “It’s a really delicious win.
It’s a great feeling for a lot of different reasons, but the most important one is the kind of spirit we displayed when we defended that amount.
In the end, everything was just a normal aspect of the game, and RCB emerged victorious. Therefore, let’s take a load off, unwind, and enjoy the ride!