They are the same, they are the same… both of them are enough! Royal Challengers Bangalore Gate Inta…


Buying star players gives any team more chances to win. But the story of RCB in IPL is different. No matter how many legendary players are in the team, success is always far away for RCB… Now the women’s RCB team is also in the same situation…

Chris Gayle, Virat Kohli, AB de Villiers, Shane Watson, KL Rahul, Marcus Stoinis… despite being full of T20 stars, RCB… could not win the IPL title. Buying star players before every season, starting the season with huge expectations…failing has been the norm for 16 years…
 

Before every season, RCB fans rush with the slogan ‘Isala Cup Namde’, regardless of any sentiment, they support our team with a lot of hopes that this time they will win the cup.

Before Virat Kohli, Rahul Dravid, Kevin Pietersen, Anil Kumble, Daniel Vettori… led the RCB team but could not deliver the title. Kohli resigned from the captaincy after 9 seasons of hard work and no results… and handed over the captaincy to Faf du Plessis…

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Under the captaincy of Faf du Plessis, RCB managed to reach the second qualifier of the IPL 2023 season but could not win the title. Now the story of RCB has not changed at all in the Women’s Premier League…

RCB bought Team India Vice Captain Smriti Mandhana for Rs 3 Crore 40 Lakhs in the auction. Also, the team has star players like Elisa Perry, Erin Burns, Sophie Devine, Heather Knight, Don Van Neryk, Richa Ghosh, Renuka Singh.
 

RCB is failing to win even though the team is full of stars. Women’s RCB lost by 60 runs in the match against Delhi Capitals. In the first match RCB played in IPL, they gave a huge score of 222/3 runs to the opponent team.

In the recent match against Mumbai Indians, RCB lost by 9 wickets. The star players who have huge expectations are failing as usual and putting the Bengaluru team in trouble. The bowlers are also giving generous runs without diminishing the RCB brand.

Despite everything, Royal Challengers Bangalore, a team that stands as a perfect example of the proverbial Saturn in Alludlo Notlo… still has chances to succeed in the Women’s Premier League. Let’s see how Smriti Mandhana and the team will use the opportunities, leaving aside the poverty that is plaguing the team.

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