It was an odd day of batting from RCB as they could just score 70 before being bowled out. It hardly took 13 overs for RR to chase losing four wickets but at the end grabbed two more points comfortably. It was an odd for RCB owner Vijay Mallya who was trolled on social networking sites.

Here are the twitter reactions for it.

RCB top order got collapsed.

Yet again Yuvraj Singh failed.

RCB couldn’t recover from an unbelievable catch.

High time for Kohli to do a Kapil Dev.

Mallya found covering tears.

Soon Dravid said what the final threat was, Kohli departed.

Time to trend this – “Tambe for Indian Team”.

Vijay Mallya must be biased.

Too many shit players in the match from RCB.

At least one happy owner found.

Man of the Match for Vijay Mallya.

Mitchell Starc gets Purple cap.

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