On April 23, exactly 4 years to this day, Chris Gayle had set the M Chinnaswamy Stadium on fire.
Gayle smashed 175 runs in just 66 balls in an Indian Premier League against Pune Warriors.
On the fourth anniversary of the 'Gayle storm', RCB must have expected their star batsman to dominate the field once again when Kohli & Co. faced Gautam Gambhir-led Kolkata Knight Riders at Eden Gardens on Sunday.
But that didn't happen.
Chasing the KKR's 131, RCB were bundled out for 49, the lowest total in the Indian Premier League. The previous being was 58 by Rajasthan Royals against RCB in 2009.
Nathan Coulter-Nile (3/21), Chris Woakes (3/6) and Colin de Grandhomme (3/4) starred with the ball for the hosts as they skittled out their rivals for their lowest score ever.
Coulter-Nile set the tone for the hosts, removing RCB skipper Virat Kohli for a golden duck as he chased a fullish delivery outside off stump to give a simple catch to wicketkeeper Robin Uthappa.
Umesh Yadav got Mandeep Singh's (1) back with the latter cutting straight to Manish Pandey at point, but it was Coulter-Nile who bowled a fiery first spell (3-0-21-3) sending the dangerous AB de Villiers (8) back in the hut after the South African hit two boundaries.
Kedar Jadhav (9) too failed with the bat as he lost his wicket to Coulter-Nile as the 2016 runners-up were tottering at 4/24.
Chris Gayle (7), who was the last hope for RCB, cut a frustrated figure trying to pull Woakes over midwicket but giving Couler-Nile an easy catch at mid off.