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David Warner Asks Rohit Sharma Why RCB Has Not Won Any IPL Title. Hitman Answers


David Warner Asks Rohit Sharma Why RCB Has Not Won Any IPL Title. Hitman Answers

The IPL 2020 has also suffered a lot due to the coronavirus pandemic as it was supposed to start from March 29 but now it has been postponed indefinitely.  While the fans of MS Dhoni were waiting eagerly to see their favourite cricketer on the field after a long time, the fans of the IPL team Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) were hoping to see their team win the IPL title for the first time.

Undoubtedly, RCB has one of the strongest batting line-up with Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers in the squad but it has never been able to win the title even once in the last 12 years. RCB’s poor performance has not only troubled its players and fans but the players of other teams as well.

Recently during an Instagram live session, Australian cricketer David Warner asks Indian cricketer Rohit Sharma why RCB is not able to win the title. To this, Rohit Sharma replies in a straight-forward manner and says that he doesn’t know. The Mumbai Indians skipper also states that it is unfortunate but the batting line-up of RCB is unreal and the team meeting of his team goes for around a couple of hours before a match with RCB, as they have to plan more for the Bangalore team.

David Warner is also of the opinion that RCB is having the best team in the league for around 10 years now. Rohit Sharma opines that in this season, RCB has a balanced team.

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The chances of the IPL 2020 taking place this year seem bleak as the T20 World Cup is also going to take place later in the year. However, there are also reports that the BCCI is looking forward to organise the IPL 2020 in the month of September before the T20 World Cup.

Let’s wait and watch how things get unfold in the future! For the time being, please stay at home and maintain social distancing to stay safe.

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