Virat Kohli is the current captain of Indian Cricket Team in all formats. He is called as Run-Machine by his fans as he has managed to score numerous centuries in a short span. Virat Kohli already has 10,000 ODI runs from just 205 innings, the fastest ever to that milestone. He has managed to win innumerable matches for the country under his captaincy. On the other hand, he is the captain of Royal Challengers Bangalore in IPL. But the team has failed to deliver its best in IPL.
RCB fans come with a lot of enthusiasm and big hopes – theirs should, by all means, be a dominant team considering it has lots of big names. But when these big names fail to deliver, the enthusiasm of the fans turns into tears. The reasons for RCB’s failure are varied. Although the team has big names like Virat Kohli, AB de Villiers, Navdeep Saini, Chris Gayle (former player) and more along with some of the worst performers. When these big names have a bad day, the entire team collapses. The team needs players who may not be exceptional but are solid and dependable. We rarely find great teamwork from the team. RCB has lacked a reliable bowling attack. In T20s, teams with bowlers who can make an impact have more of a chance to prevail over their opponents. Also, the domestic players in the team have performed quite poorly over the years. All in all, a great team playing together and giving their best will never be unsuccessful.
Many critics try and blame the captain for the team’s losses but we don’t think that’s quite right in this case. If RCB improves in the above-mentioned sections, then the day won’t be far when they will be able to bring home the IPL trophy.