Rest Virat Kohli now – Royal Challengers Bangalore touch new low in IPL

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Rest Virat Kohli now

Rest Virat Kohli now – Royal Challengers Bangalore touch new low in IPL: Royal Challengers Bangalore has been a destructive campaign in the 2019 Indian Premier League. He has lost all his six matches this season and there is only another team in the history of IPL which can start such a horror. In 2013, Delhi’s capitals (then Daredevils) also lost their first six matches and were able to win only three out of their next 10 matches.

In fact, this is the worst defeat of RCB’s IPL. They have now lost 7 consecutive matches, including 6 this season. He won his last match of the Indian Premier League 2018 from May 19, 2018, to April 7, 2019. On May 19, 2018, RCB had lost to Rajasthan Royals by 30 runs. Virat Kohli took over as the captain of the RCB in 2013 and was expecting a lot from him. In his first year as the captain of the RCB, RCB was ranked 5th. Next year, RCB has only won 5 out of 14 matches and has remained 7th.

Rest Virat Kohli now – Royal Challengers Bangalore touch new low in IPL

Things started in 2015 Virat Kohli scored 505 runs and RCB also made it to the knockout stage.

In IPL 2016, Virat Kohli took the world to the storm and scored 973 runs including 473, as RCB made a comeback in the final from a slow start. But it all fell short in 2017 when Kohli missed the first four matches to recover from a shoulder injury. RCB did not really go and completed 2017 IPL with 3 wins in 14 matches.

It was this in 2017 that the last time RCB lost 6 matches between 23 April 2017 and 7 May. RCB fans had expected better runs in 2018, but they were going to be disappointed again. Virat Kohli scored 530 but RCB remained 6th with 6 wins. For the latest updates, you can visit www.indiatimelines.com.

The Royal Challengers could not have prepared anything for the startling start of the 2019 Indian Premier League. He traveled to Chennai to pick up the winner of the Super Kings. On a slow pitch, Harbhajan Singh separated the RCB.

Back home in Bangalore, Kohli felt more confident before going to the Mumbai Indians, but the hosts lost a thrill despite the captain, and AB de Villiers, despite the heroine. In Hyderabad, Johnny Bairstow and David Warner prompted RCB to lose 118 runs.

Rest Virat Kohli now – Royal Challengers Bangalore touch new low in IPL, RCB went out of South India for the first time in the IPL in 2019 and flew to Jaipur, but similar luck there too was waiting for them. Shreyas Gopal won the wickets of Virat Kohli, AB de Villiers and Shimron Hetmyer and Rajasthan Royals by 7 wickets.

Virat Kohli and AB De Villiers went to the ballistic against Kolkata Knight Riders in Bengaluru and they continued their dominance in the game for the most time until Andre Russell hit seven sixes to give the Royal Challengers a blow. On Saturday, Delhi’s capitals did not give any place to breathe the RCB and, despite a late fall, got away from the 4-wicket victory.

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