Royal Challengers Bangalore Made a Big Mistake by Buying these 3 Players
RCB IPL 2022: In IPL 2022, the Royal Challengers Bangalore team is at the fourth position with 6 wins out of 11 matches. But this year also the weak side of RCB’s team has emerged. The team’s main batsmen have not been able to score runs on crucial occasions, while the team’s star bowlers have also not been seen in the rhythm. This is the reason why today through this article we will tell you the names of those 3 players, whom RCB made a big mistake by buying/retaining.
22-year-old Anuj Rawat was bought by the RCB team in the mega auction for a hefty sum of 3.40 crores after a bidding war with the team of Hyderabad and Gujarat. Anuj is known for his aggressive batting style, with the RCB team looking at him as a replacement for Devdutt Padikkal, but the youngster has failed to perform as per the expectations.
Anuj played 8 matches for RCB during which only 129 runs came off his bat. During this, his average was 16.13, while talking about strike-rate, he was 109.32. Let us inform you that Anuj also played a half-century in the season, during which he scored 66 runs. However, from all these figures it is clear that RCB has made a mistake by buying Anuj.
Australian batsman Glenn Maxwell was retained by the RCB team for Rs 11 crore. But this all-rounder has also proved to be a complete flop so far this year.
Maxwell has played 8 matches so far, during which his bat has scored only 160 runs at an average of 22.86. Let us tell you that in IPL 2022, Maxwell has scored runs with a strike rate of around 175, but he has failed to score big, due to which it will not be wrong to say that Maxwell has been seen to be dashing RCB’s hopes and he The team has only made a mistake by retaining.
Last year Mohammad Siraj was one of the hit players for RCB but this year too he gave nothing but a disappointment to the team. Mohammad Siraj has only 8 wickets in 11 matches this year. During which his average was 47.38 and the economy rate was 9.48. It is clear from these figures that RCB has wasted their 7 crore rupees in retaining Siraj.