Virat Kohli drove Royal Challengers Bangalore, in an emotional Super Over, rout Mumbai Indians at Dubai International Stadium to secure their second triumph in IPL 2020. The Bangalore side edged past Rohit Sharma’s men attributable to Navdeep Saini’s splendor with the ball in the Super Over.
The pacer yielded only 7 runs and established the framework of Royal Challengers Bangalore vehement success. The trustworthy team of Virat and AB de Villiers, countering Jasprit Bumrah in the Super Over, in the long run guided RCB to an acclaimed triumph. There have been various investigation of the game from that point forward, with online media being overflowed with measurements of the exciting match.
Sharing his input on the game, previous India opener Virender Sehwag has said that one ought to never confide in RCB’s bowling unit. As indicated by Sehwag, helpless bowling show from Kohli’s men prompted the match going into a Super Over.
“Throughout everyday life, you can pick whom you need to trust and not trust, yet one thing that one ought to never trust in life is the demise bowling of Royal Challengers Bangalore, on the grounds that a match that they ought to have effectively won, they took it to the Super Over,” said Sehwag as cited by India Today.
Sehwag, who was known for his touchy batting style, was all-acclaim for youthful Royal Challengers Bangalore opener Devdutt Padikkal. Sehwag said that he is by all accounts the batsman that the group needs at the top for the most recent few years.
Aside from Padikkal, Sehwag additionally praised AB de Villers for his noteworthy batting show and Washington Sundar for his conservative spell. Surrendering only 12 runs in his four overs, Sundar bowled a fundamental spell and furthermore culled the wicket of MI captain Rohit Sharma. At long last, Sehwag credited Navdeep Saini for conveying a game dominating exhibition in the Super Over.
“Stomach muscle de Villiers appears to have only one objective while he is batting, and that is to smack the ball out of the arena. Despite the fact that the batsman had scored over 200 runs, yet the credit for the RCB triumph ought to go to Saini and [Washington] Sundar, in any case Royal Challengers Bangalore could have lost this game,” Sehwag further said.