Watch: Virat Kohli hits the chair with the bat after losing his wicket


Currently, Royal Challengers Bangalore and Sunrisers Hyderabad are competing against each other in their second game of the Indian Premier League.

After asked to bat first by David Warner, Virat Kohli and Devdutt Padikkal opened the innings for RCB. Hyderabad's lead pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar removed the left-handed batsman for 11 runs and gave the first breakthrough for his side in the powerplay overs.

Shahbaz Ahmed followed him as he threw his wicket in Shahbaz Nadeem's spell. Then Glenn Maxwell joined with his skipper and added some important runs in the middle.

However, Virat Kohli has also been sent back to the dressing room by the West Indies all-rounder Jason Holder for 33 runs. Virat looked disappointed as he once again failed to convert his start which he previously did against Mumbai Indians.

He was caught in the camera and spotted hitting the chairs while going back to the dressing room.

Watch the video here:

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The wicket-keeper batsman AB de Villiers also departed early as he failed to go through the likes of the Afghanistan leg spinner Rashid Khan who dismissed him after scoring only one run.

On the other end, Glenn Maxwell looked helpless as he fought till the end of the innings and scored his first fifty after three seasons in the Indian Premier League. With the help of Maxwell's 59, RCB set a target of 150 runs for the opposition side.

Following the chase, David Warner and Wriddhiman Saha opened the innings for Sunrisers Hyderabad. Though, after dismissing the wicket-keeper batsman for a single-digit score, the Orange army continued to dominate the opposition bowlers all around the park.

Mohammed Siraj has delivered his best with the ball who is yet to finish his spell and picked up a wicket after conceding just 14 runs in his three overs.

Finally, the New Zealand pacer Kyle Jamieson delivered it for his side as he removed the well-set David Warner for 54 runs.