Fans Have Mixed Reactions On Virat Kohli & Surya Kumar Yadav's Death Stare At Each Other - Viral Bake
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You can be the master of the art but then you bump into someone who makes you think your art, twice.

Something similar happened last night between Virat Kohli and Surya Kumar Yadav when the two indulged in a death-stare contest making us wonder who really the artist is?

Source – FLY News

Yadav, who has been in exceptional form in this IPL season, showed his worth yet again yesterday as he slammed an unbeaten 79 to win the game for Mumbai Indians against Royal Challengers Bangalore.

Ignoring all that for now, the highlight of the match was a moment in the run-chase that didn’t sit well with cricket lovers especially Virat Kohli fans.

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During the last ball of the 13th over, Virat Kohli had stopped a ball hit to extra cover by Yadav. It was then when the two players stared at each other as Virat Kohli walked to Yadav to say something to him.

Fans believe that Kohli was sledging Yadav, which doesn’t make him a gentleman.

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Some people, on the other hand, had a theory that the stare from Yadav was the reaction to Virat Kohli abusing him in one of the previous overs.

But is there any bad blood between the two? After the game and interaction, the social media came out to diffuse the heated situation between the two by bringing back old tweets of Yadav to life wherein he was all praises of Team India and RCB skipper.

Yadav ended the game with a cool gesture that we are in love with:

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