Analysis / Bangalore's middle order failed, only to score a total of 8% of the team's score; Kohli flopped in captaincy

• Virat captained the team in 8 seasons, only two times in the Bangalore playoffs
• Bengaluru scored 1968 runs this season so far, out of which 1237 runs top order
Sports desk In the 46th match of IPL, Delhi Capitals defeated Royal Challengers Bangalore by 16 runs. With this defeat Virat Kohli's team got out of the playoffs race. He has 8 points in 12 matches. That is the 8th place on the bottom of the table. Having failed to reach the playoffs in the third season of the captaincy of Bengaluru Kohli. His batting, bowling and Kohli's captaincy was not as expected.5 reasons not to reach the playoffs of Bengaluru
1. Kohli's poor captaincy
In this season, Kohli proved to be a failure as a captain many times. He was criticized for rotation of bowlers many times. He gave Mohammad Siraj the chance in nine matches, but he got runs from the economy of 9.55. He did not buy Specialist Pacer in the auction. Apart from this, Moin Ali and Marx Stonis have not been able to properly use bowlers.
Kohli's success rate as captain is 45%
Kohli is the regular captain of Bangalore from 2012. In his captaincy, Bengaluru could not reach the playoffs any time except in 2015 and 2016. His record is the worst in the cricketers who have captained more than 100 matches in the IPL. They have lost 55 wins in 108 matches, while only 49 have won.
Kohli not only won 50 matches in top four captains
Captain win match win result not tie
Mahendra Singh Dhoni 169 102 66 0 1
Gautam Gambhir 129 71 57 1
Virat Kohli 108 48 55 2 3
Rohit Sharma

2. Mediation fails
Bengaluru scored a total of 1968 runs this season so far. Of these, top-3 batsmen have 1237 runs. Moin Ali and Marx Stoney's scored 431 runs in the middle order batsmen. Akshdeep Nath, Shimron Hetmayer, Heinrich Clausen, Colin de Grandhom and Shivam Dubey failed. These five together only managed to score only 162 runs. This is the reason that despite the good start, the team could not score a big score or achieve the target many times.
3. Foreign Player Felk

Except AB de Villiers, any other foreign player could not perform as per the expectations of Bangalore. Moin scored 220 and Stoney's 211, but it can not be said very well in the IPL. Shimron Hetmayer purchased at auction for Rs 4.2 crore proved completely floppy. Kohli had bought him as the fourth batsman, but he could only make 15 runs in 4 matches. Tim saudi

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