RCB star Will Jacks' hilarious Hindi comment on Cameron Green's post goes viral

RCB star Will Jacks' hilarious Hindi comment on Cameron Green's post goes viral

RCB's Cameron Green put up a solid all-round show against SRH© BCCI/Sportzpics

Royal Challengers Bengaluru returned to winning ways with a brilliant 35-run win over Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium on Thursday. While Rajat Patidar won the player of the match award, Cameron Green also shone as an all-rounder. The Australian scored an unbeaten 37 from 20 along with 2 wickets for 12 runs in 2 overs. Celebrating his team's second win of the campaign, Green shared a post on social media after the victory, which prompted a hilarious comment from teammate Will Jacks.

“It’s great to be back on the winners list,” Green posted on Instagram. In response, Jack wrote: “Yes Green Bhai.”

In the first innings of the match, Green played an unbeaten knock of 37 runs off 20 balls with a strike rate of 185. Although he did not hit any sixes, he smashed 5 fours, and the all-rounder scored 24 years old also caught two. wickets in his spell two later.

During his speech at the post-match presentation, Green applauded RCB skipper Faf Du Plessis and the head coach for the team's success. He also praised his opponents and said that they batted well during their chase.

“We always have to celebrate the small victories and we feel pretty good now. Credit goes to the captain and the coach, SRH batted well – that was the main reason. I'm still early in my career, I still working on it., I like to beat the order and I'm working on it, it's always nice to win one and have to enjoy it,” Green said.

Summing up the match, RCB won the toss and elected to bat first. Skipper Faf Du Plessis (25) and Virat Kohli got the team off to a flying start in the powerplay. After a slowdown after a power play, Rajat Patidar (50) breathed life into RCB's innings. Virat was dismissed for 51 in 43 balls, with four boundaries and a six and failed to capitalize on his good start in the powerplay. Despite some quick wickets, cameos from Cameron Green (37*) and Swapnil Singh (12*) took RCB to 206/7 in their 20 overs.

Jaydev Unadkat (3/30) and T Natrajan (2/39) were the best bowlers for SRH. Pat Cummins and Mayank Markande took a wicket each.

During the run chase, SRH continued to lose wickets at regular intervals. Barring Abhishek Sharma (31), none of SRH's former heroes, be it Travis Head, Heinrich Klaasen or Nitish Reddy, have made an impact. Skipper Cummins (31) and Shahbaz Ahmed (40) fought hard, but SRH were bowled out for 171 in their 20 overs.

Green (2/12) and Karn Sharma (2/29) were the best bowlers for RCB. Swapnil Singh also took two wickets for 40 runs. Will Jacks and Yash Dayal also got a wicket each.

RCB are at the bottom of the points table with two wins, seven losses and four points. SRH are in third place with five wins, three losses and 10 points.

With ANI inputs

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