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Three mistakes of RCB

The forecast was perfect for an enthralling combat between KXIP and SRH in Mohali on 19th of April and all of a sudden there was a huge storm that broke out of nowhere and took over Mohali as the stadium was completely flooded with sixers as it was the GAYLE STORM; the universe boss notches up his 21st T20 ton which is also his 6th ton in the IPL history.

Meanwhile, RCB franchise in hindsight would be thinking whether they got their combinations right.

Three mistakes of RCB:

1. Letting go of Kl Rahul
2. Letting go of Chris Gayle
3. Retaining Sarfaraz Khan

With Rahul scoring 153 runs at an average close to 40 and striking it over 150, RCB will surely miss this talismanic right-hander. Rahul's starts provided the KXIP the foundation that can be relied upon to pile up the runs on the scoreboard. Punjab paid a whopping 11 crore to get his services and Rahul is proving that every penny spent on him is worthwhile.

The universe boss takes the IPL 2018 by storm with his antics. The Carribean southpaw hits back into the headlines with his 21st T20 century. A half-century against CSK and century against SRH will be haunting RCB. Picking up Chris at his base price in the eleventh hour of the auction is a job well done by the KXIP owners.

If Chris continues to entertain the way he did in the last couple of matches, the entertainment factor in the IPL 2018 will become double fold and RCB will surely regret their decision of letting him go.

Young Sarfaraz Khan featured in three of the 4 encounters RCB played this season scoring a beggarly 11 runs at a strike rate less than 100. This performance from one of the retained players will surely haunt RCB's fortunes to win the championship.

Until now these are considered as the three mistakes of RCB's life. Let us know what do you guys think.


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