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Royal Challengers Bangalore pacer Yash Dayal©

Former Indian cricket team spinner Murali Kartik was widely criticized on social media for his on-air commentary on Royal Challengers Bengaluru pacer Yash Dayal during the IPL 2024 match against Punjab Kings on Monday. Dayal ended up conceding five sixes in five balls against Kolkata Knight Riders in IPL – an unwanted performance that had a huge impact on the young cricketer. However, he was picked by RCB for Rs 5 crore in the IPL 2024 auction and while talking about the move, Kartik said, “One’s trash is one’s treasure”. The comment was not received positively by many social media users.

“How do you say someone’s trash is someone’s treasure? You just called Yash Dayal Trash! Like what even?”, comedian and television host Danish Sait posted on X (formerly Twitter).

The Royal Challengers Bangalore took to social media to give a befitting reply to Kartik over his on-air commentary.

Meanwhile, Virat Kohli has surpassed Suresh Raina to become the Indian player with the most catches in the men’s T20 format.

Kohli made the record during the clash between Royal Challengers Bengaluru (RCB) and Punjab Kings (PBKS).

The 35-year-old took catches from PBKS batters Jonny Bairstow and Shikhar Dhawan to complete his 174th in the T20 format.

He passed former Indian cricketer Suresh Raina, who has 172 catches to his name. India skipper Rohit Sharma is at the third spot with 167 catches in his kitty. Indian batters Manish Pandey and Suryakumar Yadav rank fourth and fifth with 146 and 136 catches respectively.

Overall in international T20 cricket, former West Indies cricketer Kieron Pollard is at the top with 362 catches to his name.

South African batsman David Miller ranks second with 290 catches to his name. Former West Indies batsman Dwayne Bravo is at the third spot with 271 catches in the T20 format.

(With ANI inputs)

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