Only a couple of days ago, Royal Challengers Bangalore removed their logo from its social media handle while dropping Bangalore from its name as well. And as expected, the franchise has unveiled its new logo ahead of the IPL 2020. On February 14, the franchise updated its new logo on all its social media handles, including Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.
Royal Challengers Bangalore are in the mood of complete overhaul before IPL 2020. They have been making a lot of changes since the IPL 2020 auction. They also released a no. of player just ahead of the IPL auction, almost rebuilding the squad from scratch. From past a few days there were speculations that the RCB outfit may change their name as well as logo ahead of IPL 2020.
On Friday, RCB finally ended all the speculations by unveiling their new logo, a Lion emblem. The franchise described their new logo as, “It embodies the bold and fearless attitude” of the 3-time finalists. On the other hand, the franchise did not change their name as expected and has stuck with Bangalore.
This new logo from Royal Challengers Bangalore is drawing different kind of reactions from the World over. From cricketers to organisers to media persons, everyone is giving their views on this logo from RCB outfit.
Yorker King Jasprit Bumrah also appreciated the logo with a cheeky tweet. While comparing the logo with his own bowling action, Bumrah wrote, “Cool logo. Looks like my bowling action as well.”
It won’t be too wrong to say that it was a fine comparison by the Yorker King. As Bumrah is a kind of bowler whom you never want to face in the field. With his Lion like guile, accuracy and speed, he can dismantle you anytime you became a little carefree. But, on this tour of New Zealand, he has not been in one of the best froms of his career. Bumrah has failed to live up to his reputation so far even going wicket-less in three consecutive ODIs for the first time in his career.
However, Indian team and their fans will hope that he makes a strong comeback in the upcoming two test series against New Zealand only.