Former England batsman Kevin Pietersen has slammed Virat Kohli-led Royal Challengers Bangalore for shedding the event from a successful place in opposition to Chennai Tremendous Kings at Sharjah on Friday.
Virat Kohli captain of Royal Challengers stocks a gentle second with Chennai Tremendous Kings Dwayne Bravo (Symbol Courtesy: PTI)
- Kevin Pietersen slams RCB for shedding the event from successful place in opposition to CSK
- Royal Challengers Bangalore defeated Chennai Tremendous Kings by means of 6 wickets
- Royal Challengers Bangalore will face Mumbai Indians on Sunday
Kevin Pietersen, former England batsman, stated that Royal Challengers Bangalore have a few giant problems which they will have to take on urgently with a purpose to get their marketing campaign again on target in IPL 2021.
Chennai Tremendous Kings defeated RCB by means of 6 wickets in Sharjah on Friday. This was once after the 9-wicket hammering they took in opposition to KKR of their first event of the second one leg in Abu Dhabi.
Pietersen stated, not like within the final recreation, RCB have been in an excellent place in opposition to CSK. However they didn’t force house the merit regardless of a 111-run opening stand between captain Virat Kohli and Devdutt Padikkal after being requested to bat first by means of MS Dhoni.
“You’ll acquire momentum via successful after which you’ll be able to acquire momentum via shedding as neatly. If you will get hammered like they have been in opposition to KKR and now you will lose a recreation from being in an excellent place then there’s a drawback. They have been 111 for no loss however misplaced the sport, that is a subject,” Pietersen stated within the post-match display on Celebrity Sports activities.
RCB controlled simplest 45 runs in the rest 6.4 overs after being ready from the place they may have driven for a ranking within the neighborhood of 200.
Pietersen stated RCB and Kohli cannot rely on Chahal by myself to ship the ball each time.
“There are bowling problems too. We stay pronouncing it, who’s the Chahal cannot proceed to do it. I do know he will get wickets for RCB however you can’t say to him that you have got to do it each event. Any individual else has to get up. Probably the most seamers must get up,” he added.
RCB will face Mumbai Indians on Sunday.
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