IPL 2023: Ridiculous Behavior Shown By Virat’s Fans On The Social Media Post Of Shubman And His Sister; Check Full Report

The amazing drama was witnessed in IPL 2023 on Sunday. Two virtual knockout matches were played in the league round yesterday. Mumbai Indians and Royal Challengers Bangalore needed a win to qualify for the playoffs.

Mumbai beat Sunrisers Hyderabad to make it to the playoffs, but Royal Challengers Bangalore didn’t make it to the top four. RCB lost their do-or-die match against Gujarat Titans.

India’s young star batter Shubman Gill’s century overshadowed Virat Kohli’s century. However, some fans of RCB could not digest this defeat. After this, RCB fans used abusive words for Shubman and his sister on social media. Especially fans are commenting fiercely on Shubman’s sister Shahneel Gill’s Instagram post.

Shahneel shared the picture of the Gujarat vs. Lucknow match on Instagram long ago. In the caption, she wrote, “What a wholesum day”

Many fans wrote abusive comments for both Shahneel and Shubman on this post. At the same time, some people also appealed not to do so. Seeing offensive comments for Shubman and his sister, many fans took to Twitter and slammed the abusers.

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While some fans were not happy to see Shubman end RCB’s campaign in the 16th edition of the T20 league, there was no hatred between Shubman and Kohli over the result. In fact, after the match, Kohli hugged Shubman, patted him on the back with a smile, and congratulated him for his fine innings.

Regarding the match, Gujarat Titans defeated Royal Challengers Bangalore by six wickets in the last league match. Batting first, RCB scored 197 runs losing five wickets. In response, Gujarat scored 198 runs in 19.1 overs. GT achieved this target by losing four wickets. Virat Kohli scored an unbeaten 101 for Bangalore. At the same time, Shubman Gill scored an unbeaten 104 for Gujarat.

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