Thursday, September 23

‘You can’t change the entire team in every auction’ – Ashish Nehra of RCB not retaining his players

Ashish Nehra (Photo Source: Twitter)

RCB marked an end for him Ipl 2020 The journey after SRH dominated him to maintain dominance in the Eliminator. Various cricket experts are becoming vocal about their opinion on what level RCB should take them. Next in line is former fast bowler and commentator Ashish Nehra, who feels that RCB has collapsed with constant changes in the team every year. It is because of this act that they have been performing inconsistently for years.

Nehra and Irfan Pathan spoke on the same issue, and the former stated that RCB is dependent on Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers. The same thing has been told by many cricket experts and recently Brian Lara also emphasized this. Nehra believes that the same problem with Kings XI Punjab is that they revolve around a handful of players.

RCB is completely dependent on Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers. The entire team and team revolve around them, which is not right thinking as it is a 11 players game, ”Nehra said while speaking on Star Sports.

RCB should stick to the same players for at least three years: Ashish Nehra

Nehra believes that 2-3 players of RCB should be retained every year apart from Kohli, de Villiers and Yuzvendra Chahal. Only then will the stability factor come into play.

“You should let those players stay with you for 2-3 years apart from those two. Both these players and Chahal have always been in RCB. Apart from them, you will not see a fourth name.

Ashish Nehra said that RCB needs to work with their players, prepare them well for some time and then they will start seeing results. Irfan Pathan believes that the team only needs some enforcement to give it an ideal shape.

“Otherwise, where do you get players from? You cannot change the entire squad in every auction, except that two or three, you will replace the remaining 16 to 18 players. They should stay with the same player for at least three years because forming a team is a process in which they are too hasty, ”concluded Nehra.