Indian Premier League(IPL) is almost over. We have got the 4 teams that qualified in the ongoing season of IPL. RCB made it to the number 3rd spot and will be playing their first qualifier of this year IPL against KKR. Both the teams are in pretty good form and anyone can win the match based on the previous matches momentum.
Mumbai Indians didn’t qualify even after giving a tough fight in their last game. They fall short of two points and couldn’t make it to the Playoffs. Royal challengers Bangalore(RCB) played against Delhi Capitals(DC) in the last match of IPL league stage 2021.
It was a tooth biting game, full of roller coaster rides. RCB won the game at the end when KS Bharat pulled a six on the full-toss just before 20 overs got over.
Maxwell And Bharat Played Bold
RCB won their last league game of the ongoing IPL. Maxwell and Bharat stayed on the pitch till the last ball and beaten DC by seven wickets. It was an absolute thriller match where RCB needed 15 runs off the last over. Maxwell started the over with a four and KS Bharat finished the over with the most needed 6. Both the players complimented each other and had a 100 runs partnership.
Lance Klusener Believe RCB will Win The IPL 2021 Title
In an interview with TOI, Lance Klusener says- “I would like RCB to win their first title. Honestly, I really would love to see them lifting the title. I always find it mind-boggling how Virat, AB, and the same team have never been able to get over the line. I always find that difficult to understand. My feeling is that this will be the year that RCB will finally be able to lift the title,”
“I am the head coach of Afghanistan. We are looking forward to the World T20 in a week or so. I am currently in quarantine in Dubai. It has been a good time with Afghanistan and they have played good T20 competitions. It’s been a good trip,” Klusener added.
Lance Klusener, the former South African cricketer who currently is also the head coach of the Afghanistan cricket team, definitely have faith that RCB will finally win their maiden trophy.