Twitterati roasts RCB for their request to NASA to find balls hit by Kohli and De Villiers

RCB fans seem to be getting angry even when the IPL is five months away.

AB de Villiers (L) and Virat Kohli (R) for RCB | AFP

Royal Challengers Bangalore fans will be reminiscing the IPL as the team found itself being targeted by Twitter trolls as they tweeted on an Indian scientist finding the Vikram lander on the moon.

A Chennai-based techie Shanmuga Subramanian made big contributions in finding the lost Vikram lander on the lunar surface months after it wandered off its path just before reaching the moon. While the Twitterati were wishing NASA for their efforts and Subramanian, the official handle of RCB also congratulated NASA and asked them for their help in finding balls hit by Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers.

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The fans of the Indian Premier League displayed their creativity in making fun of the franchise for never winning the trophy despite boasting of some of the world’s best batsmen like Kohli and de Villiers.

Here’s RCB’s tweet:

The reactions that followed:


By Sameer Deodhar - 03 Dec, 2019

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