Sachin’s prediction after watching RCB’s batting, what happened next; Fans say the legend can do no wrong

AHMEDABAD: After securing victory at one stage, RCB are reeling from the loss against Lucknow Supergiants. RCB’s shocking defeat was too much for the Chinnaswamy Stadium, which was excited to see their own team’s brilliant batting performance. However, after RCB’s batting, Indian cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar’s reaction is going viral.

Fans are now asking if Sachin had foreseen RCB’s defeat. With Virat Kohli and Faf du Plessis laying a good foundation for Glenn Maxwell and his team, Sachin tweeted that RCB were heading for a big score, but even 210 on the pitch at Chinnaswamy was not safe. RCB scored 212 runs in the match but Lucknow overcame it to win.

Chasing down 212 runs by Royal Challengers Bangalore, Lucknow Supergiants achieved a dramatic victory on the last ball of the innings. Harshal Patel’s last ball with only one wicket in his hand, when wicketkeeper Dinesh Karthik missed the lead, then Athush Khan and Ravi Bishnoi scored a dramatic win for the Lucknow team.

The opening partnership by and has given the perfect launchpad for and company to set a big total, but on this surface and ground I have a feeling even 210 may not be safe.

— Sachin Tendulkar (@sachin_rt)

After losing three wickets in 23 runs, Marcus Stoinis (65 off 30 balls), Nicholas Puran (62 off 19 balls) and Ayush Badoni (30 off 24 balls) batted for Lucknow to come back into the match. Despite the dismissals of Badoni in the fourth ball of the 19th over, Mark Wood (1) in the second ball of the last over and Jaidev Unadkat (9) in the fifth ball, Lucknow managed to win by one wicket with the benefit of a bye run.

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Last Updated Apr 11, 2023, 5:52 PM IST


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