Ashish Nehra, The Perfect Game Changer For Royal Challengers Bangalore ?? Check Out These Hilarious Reactions !!

Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) suffered their seventh defeat in the Indian Premier League (IPL) at the hands of Mumbai Indians (MI) on Monday. RCB had posted a below-par total of 171 runs at a batting-friendly pitch at the Wankhede Stadium. They had AB de Villiers and Moeen Ali to thank for getting them to that total before giving a tough fight to MI with their disciplined bowling performance in the middle overs.

Yesterday, the Red Army had every chance of clinching a victory after the visiting team somewhat choked Rohit Sharma’s men in the death over. The Challengers scored 171 for seven in their 20 overs courtesy of a well-compiled knock of 75 runs from 51 balls with the help of six boundaries and four sixes. Moeen Ali also played a quickfire hand of 50 runs from 32 deliveries.

The game went down to the last two overs when the home team needed 23 runs with Hardik Pandya on strike and Kieron Pollard at the non-striker’s end. In the meantime, Ashish Nehra, the RCB bowling coach, signalled from the dugout to introduce left-arm spinner Pawan Negi into the attack ahead of speedster Navdeep Saini, who had conceded 34 runs in his first three overs.

ABD from beside gave a rather confused look and walked away. The move seemed to have worked initially as Negi beat Pandya in the first ball. However, thereafter, Pandya laid into the left-arm spinner and kept finding the boundary with utter disdain. He scored those runs with six balls to spare. Subsequently, Twitter lashed out at Nehra for asking to introduce a spinner.

Here’s how twitter reacted for Nehra’s advice :

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