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After Kohli, Naveen-ul-Haq asks fans to keep quiet in live match

Virat Kohli vs Naveen Ul Haq: King Kohli and Navim-ul-Haas once again faced each other at Eden Gardens in Kolkata. Even though King Kohli was not on the field, his fans did not delay in taking Naveen’s class.

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The match between Lucknow Super Giants and KKR (KKR vs LSG) was played at Eden Gardens in Kolkata. The Lucknow team managed to win the match by one run. While during the match, there was a fight between Kohli (Virat Kohli) and Naveen-ul-Haq once again. In fact, Kohli was not on the field, but King Kohli’s fans made fun of Naveen during the match. Whenever Naveen came to bowl or field on the boundary line. Fans would try to tease the Afghan bowler by shouting ‘Kohli-Kohli’, not only this.

When Gurbaj’s catch was caught by Ravi Bishnoi during KKR’s innings, Naveen did such an action which went viral on social media. In fact, as soon as Ravi completed the catch. The Afghan player looked at the audience gallery . Put a finger on his lips and signalled the fans to keep quiet, naveen’s action is also being criticized on social media.

Naveen ul Haq vs Kohli, this time Naveen warned fans to keep quiet

Nicholas Pooran (30 off 58 balls) scored an aggressive half-century and the spinners led by Ravi Bishnoi (23/2 in four overs) helped Lucknow Supergiants. LSG beat Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) by one run in a thrilling match here on Saturday . To secure their place in the playoffs with a third place in the points table.

Rinku Singh’s another atishi innings brought KKR very close to the target but he did not get the support of any batsman from the other end. Rinku scored an unbeaten 33 off 67 balls with the help of six fours and four sixes. The team needed 41 runs to win in the last two overs but even after Rinku’s aggressive innings. The team was one run away from the target. Batting first, Lucknow Supergiants scored 176 runs for eight wickets and stopped KKR’s innings at 175 for seven. This is Lucknow’s eighth win in 14 matches and the team has secured the third position in the table with 17 points. (With language input)


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