IPL 2021: Virat Kohli told bad captain, now this player has fun for RCB after being removed from the team
Former franchise wicketkeeper batsman of Team India and part of the Royal Challengers Bangalore team in the IPL, this franchise, owned by Virat Kohli, is tight. All the franchises of the Indian Premier League have been geared up for IPL 2021 (IPL 2021) and under this, the teams have released the list of players released and retained. But this list of RCB has been fiercely mocked by former player Parthiv Patel of his team. That is because Parthiv Patel has already announced his retirement, despite this, his name has also been included in the RCB released players.
By the way, Parthiv has also strongly criticized RCB's captain Virat Kohli. Parthiv was part of the RCB team since 2018 and he retired only last month. He did not get a chance to play a single match in IPL 2020. After retirement, he joined the most successful team in IPL history, Mumbai Indians as a talent scout. Parthiv Patel has also been a part of 2010 winners Chennai Super Kings, and Mumbai Indians team which won the titles in 2015 and 2017.
A matter of great respect…
Players who have been released by Royal Challengers Bangalore include Umesh Yadav, Gurkeerat Singh Mann, Pawan Negi, Parthiv Patel, Ishuru Udana, Moin Ali, Aaron Finch, Chris Maurice, Dale Steyn, Shivam Dubey. Parthiv wrote on social media on the same decision of RCB, it is a matter of honor to be released after retiring. Parthiv Patel's name is included in the players removed on the RCB website, while Parthiv himself was already out of the race after retiring.
Rohit Sharma better captain than Kohli
After IPL 2020, Parthiv Patel questioned the captain of RCB, Virat Kohli. He called Rohit Sharma a better captain than Virat Kohli. Kohli has not been able to win the title to RCB even once in nine years. According to Parthiv, if it is a matter of better decision, better understanding of the game, ease of pressure, then Rohit Sharma is a better captain than Kohli. Parthiv Patel played 139 matches for six teams in the IPL, in which he scored 2848 runs at a strike rate of 120.78.