IPL 2018, KKR vs RR: Stuart Binny Fails Again To Score & Tweeps Call Him 'Rahul Gandhi Of Indian Cricket'

IPL 2018, KKR vs RR: Stuart Binny failed to read the googly from Kuldeep Yadav and Karthik was fast enough to grab the ball and dislodge the bails

Stuart Binny has been getting regular chances to prove his mettle with Rajasthan Royals (RR) in this season of the Indian Premier League (IPL). But unfortunately, he has been failing to leave a mark both with the bat and ball. On May 15, while Ajinkya Rahane & Co took the field against Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) at the Eden Gardens, Binny was required to stay for long at the crease after the top-order suddenly collapsed followed by a fiery start. However, he once again lost his wicket without doing anything special.

Binny came in to bat at number 6 when his team was reduced to 95/3. During the 12th over, he failed to read googly from Kuldeep Yadav and could bat even after moving down the line. Karthik was fast enough to grab the ball and dislodge the bails. KKR scripted another success while Binny returned to the dressing room after scoring just 1 run off 4 balls.

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Here’s the video:

Another inning, another failure. That too, an epic one. While Binny went back with his head slogging, people on Twitter came up with hilarious reactions. Here’re some of the tweets:

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RR started their innings by ruining the economy rates of the bowlers who came into the attack in the initial overs. In just 20 balls, they were had scored over 50 runs. But once the wickets started falling, their batting line-up fell like a house of cards. Kuldeep Yadav picked 4 wickets in his quota of 4 overs while RR managed to put 142 runs on the board.