It seems like Bengaluru rains have become a curse for the Indian Premier League games. This is the Pre-Monsoon season when the RCB city does receive a lot of rain and the IPL games are always a sufferer. Rain gods had cast a spell on the last game as well leaving both the Sunrisers Hyderabad and the Kolkata Knight Riders along with the fans in a fix for a really long time.
However, after on and off rains and much waiting, KKR finally got to play a six over match which was completed in a mere 5.2 overs. This is not the first time that Bengaluru rains have played a spoilsport in the IPL match this season, SRH and RCB did witness a washout just about a few days ago.
After a crackling performance yesterday, KKR is all set to meet the Mumbai Indians at the Chinnaswamy Stadium on May 19 for the Qualifier 2. This match will decide who will lock horns at the finals with the Rising Pune Supergiant on Sunday.
The unfortunate part here is that the ongoing Bengaluru rains are expected to make an appearance in the upcoming match as well. While these rains will not be as intense as the last match, rainfall activity is expected to disrupt the game for some time. Meanwhile, lets pray to god to keep those rain gods away for at least a few hours.