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Kohli hits 73, keeps Bangalore IPL hopes alive

21 May 2022
Kohli hits 73, keeps Bangalore IPL hopes alive


AFP, Mumbai :
Virat Kohli ended his batting slump with an inspiring 73 to seal an easy eight-wicket win for Royal Challengers Bangalore against Indian Premier League (IPL) table-toppers Gujarat Titans on Thursday.
Kohli hit eight fours and two sixes in his 54-ball innings to set up the chase against Gujarat who won the toss and scored 168-5.
The 33-year-old former India skipper, who has three golden ducks in his worst IPL season so far, built a 115-run opening stand with skipper Faf du Plessis in a must-win contest for Bangalore.
A win keeps Bangalore alive-but dependent on Delhi Capitals losing to Mumbai Indians on Saturday-while Gujarat have already sealed a spot in the business-end of the tournament.
"We'll be probably watching the Mumbai v Delhi game pretty closely," Australian Glenn Maxwell said after the Bangalore win.

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