𝕁𝕚𝕠𝕋𝕧𝕧𝕚𝕟𝕖𝕖 – Gautam Gambhir made a big statement about RCB captain Virat Kohl. Virat Kohli’s team of Royal Challengers Bangalore has broken his dream of winning the IPL once again.
In the Eliminator match on Friday, the Sunrisers Hyderabad team defeated Bangalore by 6 wickets and got out of this tournament.
— Troll Kohli (@ChokerKohli) November 6, 2020
In that match, the RCB team could score only 131 runs in the prescribed 20 overs. And then the Sunrisers chased it easily.
After this crushing defeat of RCB, former Indian cricket team opener batsman Gautam Gambhir has attacked Virat Kohli’s captaincy and his team.
He even said that this team was not even able to reach the playoffs. He also said that now RCB should be made the captain of none other than Virat Kohli.
After this crushing defeat of RCB, Gautam Gambhir spoke to ESPN Cricinfo saying that now the team of Royal Challengers Bangalore needs to change the captain.
Gautam Gambhir was asked if RCB needed to make changes on the captaincy front. In response to this question, Gautam Gambhir said that absolutely 100%.
The real problem is about batting, 8 years is a long time without a trophy. Don’t you keep another captain without a trophy, it is a responsibility.
When asked who is responsible for the defeat, Gambhir said without naming Virat Kohli, the problem of this team is the support staff, management, and leadership.
Gaurang Gambhir said that it will remain so until leadership is blamed for the defeat. I am saddened by the support staff, coaching, and batting coaches for everyone.
He said that every year the coach is changed but there is more problem. Gambhir further said that no matter how much you defend them, according to me, this team was not able to reach the playoffs.
This team has proved to be a failure on both the batting coach and bowling coach front. Yes, their bowlers performed well.
He said that if fast bowlers like Navdeep Saini, Mohammed Siraj have to save 18-20 runs in the last two overs, then it becomes very difficult in front of big international batsmen.
The same former cricketer and commentator Sanjay Manjrekar said that reaching the playoffs is not a big deal. The biggest problem with RCB is that it first wins five consecutive matches and then loses five matches.
He said the playoffs are not a big deal here, 4 of the 8 teams will make it to the playoffs and 50% of the teams make it to the playoffs.