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Cometh the hour, cometh the men in red!

While CWG and Ayodhya are making news for all the wrong reasons, hope the semi final match between the two giant franchisees of IPL does not lose out from the media's attention.

Four League Matches, Three venues, two sides demolished and red men standing. RCB is all set to take the important crown on Sunday. The Royal Challengers have remained quietly ambitious about its hopes from the tournament. Thanks to the focus given by Ray Jennings, who has delivered very often but has gone unnoticed.

RCB started with a massive win in the tournament and rather the next two matches did test the mean in red. Once the fuel was refilled and the rust removed, they roared loud in the Lions den to win the most crucial encounter, which was an outstanding performance and booked their berth for semifinals.

On the other hand the key T20 specialists of RCB are yet to fire. They might have been poked often, yet the need to display their full arsenal is just around the corner. Virat is arguably playing at his best with his form, strategy, composure and movement has been fantastic. Virat's mind works the field like a chess board and he creates multiple options for one shot each time he takes his stance. Robin has to be agile not just with his hands and legs behind the stumps but also with his bat to counter an onslaught. Though RCB is aggressive, while going for too much in desperation can make plenty of blunders. Watch out.

RCB has to stick to the basics through out the match and hope they can convert the opportunities that comes their way because players in CSK don't open doors, they open a window and to beat them we have to crawl through them. The two share a history of matches between them, but are meeting for the first time in CLT20. Though both the teams are evenly poised, RCB goes into the match as the overwhelming favourite and is looking extremely good and I believe they will be able to compete with the legends in yellow.

While I may have painted a picture of glory for RCB, the fact is that the CSK are the IPL champions and are a tough bunch of guys. The men in red has the power to turn the yellow meter down and walk away with the green ribbon.

Red is power, hence the red tie for business and the red carpet for celebrities and VIPs are known to be a protocol. Flashing red lights denote danger, stop signs are also red. Red is hot too. Red is the only color that reflects conflicting emotions from passionate love to warfare. The power of RED is immaculate.

Cometh the hour, cometh the men in red!


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No sir,
dis people are mad if they dont follow RCB......
RCB is d team dat plays in dat manner ki media has to follw dem.......

RCB rocks........
RCB forever
loveyaRCB on 24 Sep 2010, 04:56 AM
@Natasha, thanx
vinayak-sanjay on 24 Sep 2010, 03:15 AM
I think ayodhya issue is going to overtake our semifinal because the whole nation is waiting for about 62 years:(:(:(
RCB will do it:)
dravia on 24 Sep 2010, 01:11 AM
Nice post. All the best RCB!!
natasha@RCB on 24 Sep 2010, 12:50 AM
RCB tamed the Highveld Lion....it is time to tame the Chennai lion
praveen-rcforlife on 24 Sep 2010, 12:24 AM