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PHASE 1 : arun kumar 's review for rc's performance
IPL WAS MIXTURE FOR RCB THIS YEAR..FIRST MATCH AGAINST KKR WE DID WELL BUT WE COULDNT WIN INSPITE OF A GOOD KNOCK FROM KALLIS SECOND MATCH AGAINST KXIP WE DID NOT BOWL WELL WHICH GAVE KXIP MORE THAN 200 BUT BATTING IMPROVED VRY MUCH WITH KALLIS,UTHAPPA AGAIN WE PLAYED WELL AGAINST RR AND WE BEATED THEM AND NEXT IT WAS MI TIME FOR THEIR FIRST DEFEAT AGAINST RCB AND THEN CSK LOST TO US NEXT MATCH AND FROM NEXT MATCH THINGS CHANGED FOR RCB TWO CONSECUTIVE LOSES AGAINST DD AND CSK PUTTED RCB IN REVERSE DIRECTION ..AT THE END OF THE SEVENTH MATCH WE WERE WITH 8 POINTS IN 2ND POSITION
TOP PLAYERS OF FIRST SEVEN MATCHES WHERE KALLIS,UTHAPPA,VINAY,KUMBLE
how many points are made in this posts POWER PLAY SPINNERS IN POWERPLAY MISSING PLAYERS LIKE GOSWAMI AND WHITE IN CRUCIAL MATCHES PERFORMANCES RESULTS AND SO ON
guys we played as a team but failed to do as units
I WANT TO CONCLUDE WITH A SMALL THINGS NEXT YEAR SPINNERS SHOULD BOWL FIRST IN POWERPLAY OVERS
Posted by Vaigai-Vadivelu
COMING ARUN KUMAR , I KNOW POWERPLAY IS NOT POWER HITTING BUT I THINK RUNRATE SHOULD BE ABOVE 10 RUNS PER-OVER WITH LOSS OF NO WICKETS SO THAT IT WILL BE USEFUL FOR OTHER 14 OVERS
Posted by Vaigai-Vadivelu
hey RCB HAS MISSED TRICK BY NOT GIVING ENOUGH CHANCE TO SOME PLAYERS LIKE GOSWAMI,WHITE
Posted by Vaigai-Vadivelu
@vadivelu ,power play is not for playing with full power it is just to balance the run rate in first six overs and i think kumble bhai should have bowled in powerplay overs
Posted by arun-kumar13
@sachin yes i agree with dinesh writing in caps is not important , but what we write is important
Posted by arun-kumar13
@dinesh,results are important and we can know by what margin we won
Posted by arun-kumar13
@dinesh rcb performed well m what r u trying to say
Posted by arun-kumar13
yes rcb played well every one knows dinesh
Posted by dinesh-kumar6
RCB PLAYED WELL IN FIRST SEVEN MATCHES BUT FAILED TO PLAY WELL IN NEXT SEVEN
Posted by dinesh-kumar6
@ganesh kumar , i dont think results were necessary in detail won or lose was enough but appreciation for your effort
Posted by dinesh-kumar6
@arun kumar1-rcb were in 2nd position and not in 3rd position bcoz our net run rate was more
Posted by dinesh-kumar6
@sachinbengaluru,i think writting in caps is not important ,what we write is important
Posted by dinesh-kumar6
@vadivelu, fist of all i think every time we cant utilize powerplay's well it happens but not in every game next i think kumble can bowl in first overs agreed but think if he goes for runs in top what will happen to him and team's confidence
Posted by dinesh-kumar6
i think powerplay overs were important but rcb didnt utilize powerplay over's well and i think rcb should have started first overs with spinners like KUMBLE ,A WORLD CLASS BOWLER instead of going with fast bowlers
Posted by Vaigai-Vadivelu
By making letters all caps you have proved that its such a good review, way to go ...
Posted by Sachinbengaluru
I THINK RCB WERE IN 3RD POSITION AFTER 7TH MATCH AND NOT IN 2ND POSITION
Posted by arun-kumar13
1ST MATCH-KKR WON BY 7 WICKETS 2ND MATCH-RCB WON BY 8 WICKETS 3RD MATCH-RCB WON BY 10 WICKETS 4TH MATCH-RCB WON BY 7 WICKETS 5TH MATCH-RCB WON BY 36 RUNS 6TH MATCH -RCB LOST BY 17 RUNS 7TH MATCH-CSK WON BY5 WICKETS
Posted by ganesh-kumar3
mr rj-arun i think you are die-heart fan of rcb and always be die heart fan of rcb .what a comments
Posted by dinesh-kumar6
one thing is for sure rcb always rocks whether rcb wins or loses
Posted by dinesh-kumar6
@sanjay-i want to remind you that you missed kevin peterson he was responsible for rcb's win in most matches.so pls mention his name next time
Posted by Rj-Arun
@arun kumar1-manish is always a good player but he was not in good form in this ipl ...so his name is not established so much in this ipl
Posted by Rj-Arun
@vivek,i think you cant blame bowling and fielding it happens in a game or two but not always i think we had troubles in every department some times in batting performance,in batting order and good combinations......
Posted by Rj-Arun
I THINK RCB LACKED GOOD BOWLING AND FIELDING PERFORMANCE
i personally felt that rcb were not upto there mark this year bcoz they missed some players in crucial matches and i thought many players didnt get oppurtunity to expose their self in this ipl for rcb and only player successful was manish pandey but that too not very successful
Posted by Rj-Arun
what about manish pandey he also played well yes or no
Posted by arun-kumar13
i think kallis,uthappa,vinay,praveen kumar made it for rcb and also dravid and kumble
Posted by sanjay-kumar5

 

PHASE 2 : arun kumar 's review for rc's performance
RCB JOURNEY CONTINUED WITH 3 LOSES AND 4 WINS AFTER 7 MATCHES... 8TH MATCH WAS BTEWEEN RCB AND KXIP,KXIP WERE IN CONFIDENCE AFTER HITTING 200 RUNS IN PREVIOUS ENCOUNTER AGAINST RCB ,RCB WON THAT MATCH.IN THAT MATCH PUNJAB TOOK 181/5 IN THEIR 20 OVERS WITH BOPRARA-42 AND SANGAKKARA-45 NOW I WAS THE TIME OF RCB TO SHOW WHO THEY ARE-CHASING THIS BIG TOTAL,KALLIS AND PANDEY CAME TO BAT IN AND FINALLY RCB MADE 184/4 WITH KP-66 RUNS AND KOHLI-42 RUNS RCB WON THIS GAME BY 6 WIKCETS 9TH MATCH-RCB VS DD-184/5 IN 20 OVERS AND RCB MANAGED TO TAKE ONLY 147 WITH LOSE OF 9 WICKETS RCB LOST THIS MATCH AGAINST DD 10TH MATCH RCB VS DC- RCB-184/6 A HUGE TOTAL BUT DC CHASED THIS SCORE DC-186/3 DC WON BY 7 WICKETS 11TH MATCH RCB VS KKR -KKR 20 OVERS-160/9 WITH MCULLUM 45 RUNS AND THE RCB STARTED THEIR INNINGS UTHAPPA-52 AND KALLIS-52 BY THEM RCB MANAGED TO CHASE THE SCORE EASILY 164/3 12TH MATCH-DC VS RCB - DC MANAGED TO TAKE 151/6 IN THEIR 20 OVERS AND RCB MANAGED ONLY 138 RUNS WITH ALL OUT AND LOSIN TO DC WITH 13 RUNS 13TH MATCH-RCB VS RR-RR COULD NOT FACE RCB BOWLERS WELL AND MANAGED TO TAKE ONLY 130 RUNS WITH LOSE OF 6 WICKETS AND THEN RCB BATSMAN CHASED THIS SCORE COMFORTABLY WITH 5 WICKETS IN HAND AND RCB WON BY 5 WICKETS] 14TH MATCH-RCB VS MI-MI TOOK 191/4 IN 20 OVERS AND ALL THE BOWLERS WENT FOR MORE RUNS AND RCB MANAGED TO TAKE ONLY 134 RUNS WITH LOSE OF 9 WICKETS RCB FIRST EIGHT MATCHES MADE THIER POSITION IN 2ND PLACE AND THEY WERE FAVOURITES TO REACH SEMI EASILY BUT FROM 9-13 MATCH RCB HOPES BECAME LESS AND FINALLY RCB HAD TO FIGHT HARD TO ENTER SEMI ......................
smart job arun and i think rcb are the only one to have more fans than others and hats off to rcb members for conducting these contests
well said arun,and well done rcb
Posted by Vaigai-Vadivelu
RCB's performance in the 2nd phase was not quite up-to the mark.Players expected to perform well were not obliging (read dravid and co.).Lot was depended on Kallis as always,together with Dales Steyns, as majority of runs came from the duo.My one of the all-time favourite player Kumble performed, satisfactorily but could have performed much better given the circumstances. Overall a lot of things are their to learn for the players in the 3rd edition of IPL. BAll the best in future.
Posted by delhiguns

 

PHASE 3 : arun kumar 's review for rc's performance
COUNT DOWN BEGINNED FOR MUCH AWAITED DAY YES, IT WAS THE DAY OF FIRST SEMI FINAL, RCB TAKING ON MI last performance of rcb and mi before semi final mi lost to kkr by huge margin and on the other hand rcb lost against mi in their last game in the league table both teams entered semi final with a lose in their previous g ame SEMI FINAL -RCB VS MI VENUE-DY PATIL STADIUM,NAVI MUMBAI TIME-8 PM FANS-64,000 IN THE STADIUM TOSS-MI WON THE TOSS AND THEY DECIDED TO BAT FIRST SO IN BETWEEN THERE WAS A INTERVIEW WITH FR.VIJAY MALLAYA , WHEN ASKED THAT BANGALORE WILL MISS THEM IN THERE HOME GROUND AND PEOPLE IN THE STADIUM SUPPORTING MI ...THEN DR.MALLAYA SAID THAT WE ARE LIKE BLOOD AND WE ARE IN EVERY PART OF THE WORLD AS TEAMS ENTERED IN THE PITCH , AT 8.00 PM UMPIRE CALLED LET'S PLAY AND THERE WAS A HUGE ROAR AND BUZZ IN THE STADIUM AND THEN MATCH STARTED AND EVERY ONE EXPECTED SACHIN TO FIRE BUT STEYN TOO K SACHIN'S WICKET WHEN HE WAS 9 RUNS MI-184/5 IN THEIR 20 OVERS AND RCB MANAGED TO GET ONLY 149/9 IN THEIR 20 0VERS DETAIL ABOUT THE MATCH KP came to the party to take his team to the final of IPL 2010. Lucky for Mumbai Indians’ fans, it was Kieron Pollard and not Kevin Pietersen. The West Indian’s all-round show helped Mumbai Indians beat Royal Challengers Bangalore by 35 runs and make it to the final of IPL 2010. The match, which began with the promise of being an exciting contest, ended on an anti-climactic note with the boys in red being no match for the marauding boys in blue. KP was the RCB’s nemesis tonight - his late blitzkrieg with the bat left the Bangalore boys stunned. He then returned to haunt the Royal Challengers’ batsmen, claiming the key wickets of Robin Uthappa, Virat Kohli and Manish Pandey. He seemed to be everywhere tonight, even being involved in the run-out of Rahul Dravid. None of the RCB batsmen looked settled and the pressure of chasing a big total in a big game told on the side with the players looking to hit their way out of trouble. Harbhajan Singh and Lasith Malinga, with two wickets apiece, were Pollard’s brothers-in-arm in destroying RCB. Earlier, the Mumbai Indians’ decision to bat first looked on a sticky wicket with the team losing wickets at regular intervals. It was only a late charge by Saurabh Tiwary and Kieron Pollard that saw MI put up a decent total. Sachin Tendulkar looked as if the pressure of being MI’s talisman got to him and he departed for his first single-digit score of IPL 2010. Tendulkar had hit Dale Steyn for two boundaries earlier in the over, but the occasion forced the MI skipper to a play an uncharacteristic shot to lose his wicket. The Mumbai Indians then lost quick wickets with even Kevin Pietersen getting into the act. The Mumbai side were tottering at 77 for four when Saurabh Tiwary and Ambati Rayudu did their by now familiar rescue act. The duo played sensibly to resurrect the innings, with Tiwary hitting the occasional six. The match which looked to be going RCB’s way changed course suddenly in the 16th over with Tiwary going ballistic. Then came the 17-run over Anil Kumble would like to forget - the leggie was taken part by Tiwary (52). But the partnership was stopped short by Steyn in the next over when Rayudu fell misjudging the RCB bowler’s slower ball thus setting the stage for Kieron Pollard. The tall Trinidadian has been in good nick recently and he came to the middle with murderous intent. Pollard didn’t need time to get his eye in as he hit Vinay Kumar out of the park in the 18th over with two massive sixes. The all-rounder (33 runs off 13 balls) wasn’t finished yet and in the last over of the innings scored 16 runs off Steyn. RCB would rue their death over bowling - they conceded 77 runs, including six sixes in the last five overs. RCB LOSE IN SEMI -FINAL DISHEARTENED MANY FANS AND NOW EVERYONE WERE HOPING THAT RCB WILL WIN DC TO ATTAIN PLACE IN CHAMPIONS LEAGUE 3RDPLACE MATCH-RCB VS DC VENUE-DY PATIL STADIUM , NAVI MUMBAI TOSS-DC WON THE TOSS AND ELECTED TO BAT DC WHERE IN PRESSURE BCOZ THEY SHOULD MAKE HUGE RUNS BATTING FIRST TO APPLY PRESSURE ON RCB BUT DC MANAGED TO TAKE 82 RUNS IN 18.3 ALL OUT AND RCB TOOK IT EASILY 86/1 IN 13.5 WITH DRAVID AND KALLIS BATTING WELL DC scored a feeble 82, IPL 2010’s lowest total, which illustrated the lack of competition that Royals faced. Chasing such a small target is hardly enough to raise a sweat and the Bangalore boys managed to achieve their target with 37 balls to spare. Jacques Kallis and Rahul Dravid set about chasing the target with cool confidence. But Kallis departed without having seen the side through. Kevin Pietersen and Dravid finished the job without any more hiccups. The slow track was helpful for bowlers, but that wasn’t the reason for the Deccan team’s abysmal performance - it was the indiscipline in DC’s batting that helped RCB win. Anil Kumble with his four-for led from the front for RCB. Though Kumble was the star with the ball, his brothers-in-arms - Praveen Kumar, Jacques Kallis and Dale Steyn – who were equally responsible in bundling out DC with their impressive line and length. Earlier, Adam Gilchrist was forced to make four crucial changes to the squad with injury ruling out T Suman, Herschelle Gibbs, RP Singh and B Sumanth. And the changes left the team too weak to even put up a decent fight. Before you could list out the names of the Deccan Chargers’ squad, the Chargers had lost four wickets. First to go was the woefully out-of-form DC skipper Adam Gilchrist. He hit a full toss off his counterpart Anil Kumble down the throat of deep square leg. Then next to depart was Monish Mishra - LBW to a fullish delivery from Praveen Kumar. Rohit Sharma tried to hit his way out of trouble but only found Kevin Pietersen, who took an easy catch to dismiss the dangerous batsman. And then came the killer blow. In the seventh over Andrew Symonds, dropped off the previous delivery, wasted his chance to hand Dale Steyn his wicket. DC’s two new recruits for this game - Anirudh Singh and Venugopal Rao – came together to try and make a fight of the game. The duo combined to score 43 runs with Singh hitting some lusty blows. But as was the case throughout the innings, Singh played one shot too many and got out. The complete domination of the RCB bowling is apparent from the fact that only Singh and Rao were the batsmen to reach double figures. rcb always a team which challenges the challenges Royal Challengers Bangalore’s superb bowling display allowed them to restrict Deccan Chargers to 82 - the lowest total of IPL 2010. With this comprehensive victory, RCB join IPL 2010 finalists Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings in the Champions League Twenty20 tournament set to take place in September.

 

 
Phases Match Result

Phase 1 from
3rd May to
7th May

RC v/s KKR
(14th March)
Lost
  RC v/s KXI
(16th March)
Won
  RC v/s RR
(18th March)
Won
  RC v/s MI
(20th March)
Won
  RC v/s CSK
(23rd March)
Won
  RC v/s DDD
(25th March)
Lost
  RC v/s CSK
(31th March)
Lost

Phase 2 from
8th May to
12th May
RC v/s KXI
(2nd April)
Won
  RC v/s DDD
(4th April)
Lost
  RC v/s DC
(8th April)
Lost
  RC v/s KKR
(10th April)
Won
  RC v/s DC
(12th April)
Lost
  RC v/s RR
(14th April)
Won
  RC v/s MI
(17th April)
Lost

Phase 3 from
13th May to
17th May
RC v/s MI
(Semifinal)
(21st April)
Lost
  RC v/s DC
(3-4 playoff)
(24th April)
Won