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Over the years we have been stressing about one negative in the Royal Challengers Bangalore side which is their death bowling. The death bowling has been a consistent problem for them over the years. Since they have had the batting power that could explode on any given day but because of their death bowling they have ended up losing plenty of games.

There has not been one season where we could say, RCB have sorted their death bowling woes. Repeatedly year after year they have constantly lost games on a consistent basis only because of their poor death bowling. Their skipper Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers would do all the work with the bat but in the end, the death bowling would cost them the game despite being close to victory.

Never Trust RCB ‘s Death Bowling: Virender Sehwag

Former India opening Batsmen Virender Sehwag also thinks the same that RCB’s death bowling has been their consistent problem. Which is one can never trust the team in red’s death bowling. In clear sarcasm, Sehwag went on to say how we should understand whom to trust and whom not to trust in which the RCB’s death bowling is something we should never trust.

He went on to talk about how the match against Mumbai Indians should have been won easily by RCB but still, they took it down to a super over.

“In life, you can choose whom you want to trust and not trust, but one thing that one should never trust in life is the death bowling of Royal Challengers Bangalore, because a match that they should have easily won, they took it to the Super Over,” Virender Sehwag said in his video segment ‘Viru ki Baithak’

The destructive Opener further went on to praise Washington Sundar and Navdeep Saini’s bowling performance against Mumbai Indians. He is of the opinion that had Saini and Sundar not bowled well last night, they would have lost the game.

“Even though the batsman had scored above 200 runs, but the credit for the RCB victory should go to [Navdeep] Saini and [Washington] Sundar, otherwise RCB could have lost this game,” Virender Sehwag added.