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IPL 2020: Royal Challengers Bangalore Trolls Rajasthan Royals Over Logo Blunder 

Royal Challengers Bangalore Trolls back Rajasthan Royals

With Indian Premier League, just a few days away before the teams on the field the franchises off the field are also creating their rivalries. Recently after the announcement of IPL 2020 schedule, the franchises were busy creating a preview of all their matches for all their enthusiasts on social media platforms. 

Interestingly after Royal Challengers Bangalore shared a video of all their fixtures, the official twitter account of Rajasthan Royals (RR) wasn’t impressed by a particular thing and trolled them. RR retweeted RCB’s video and asked them to use their correct logo sarcastically. 

Royal Challengers Bangalore Trolls Rajasthan Royals

Meanwhile, Royal Challengers Bangalore was quick to respond and themselves hilariously trolled Rajasthan Royals. They quoted one of RR’s recent photo in which their batsman Sanju Samson was seen spotting the same logo which they used in their video of the fixtures. 

“So you’re saying this is the incorrect logo?” asked the Royal Challengers on popular microblogging site Twitter. 

The fun online banter between the two popular franchise sent the Twitteratis in an absolute frenzy. The Rajasthan Royals have changed the colour of their official logo from blue to white this season. However, it seems they failed to use their new logo on the batting helmets of their players. 

All the franchises are currently in UAE and preparing in full flow for the mega season ahead. RR has not won the IPL trophy since the first edition and will be looking to have their best-ever season this year. On the other hand, the marquee RCB will be again chasing their maiden IPL title under the leadership of Virat Kohli. 

Also read: IPL 2020: Full Coverage

Further, both teams will lock horns against each other on 3rd and 17th October respectively in day matches. The 13th edition of the league will kick off from September 19 in the Abu Dhabi when Mumbai Indians will face the Chennai Super Kings in the opening clash of IPL 2020.