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Two Star Royal Challengers Bangalore players opt out of IPL-2021

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Indian Premier League-14 is on a big notes as matches are being more entertaining right now. With this Royal Challengers Bangalore were the only unbeaten side of the tournament until and unless they met Chennai Super Kings on 25th April at Mumbai.

Chennai Super Kings won by 69 runs against Virat Kohli led Royal Challengers Bangalore. It was all the courtesy by Ravindra Jadeja who has single handedly made Yellow Army to demolish RCB.

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It has shown what is actual 3-D Player, with bat unbeaten 62 runs from 28 balls by hitting 37 runs in last over bowled by Purple Cap Holder Harshal Patel, with ball he took 3 wickets of Washington Sundar, Glenn Maxwell and Ab de Villiers and through fielding he got Dan Christian ran out. The all rounded show by Sir Jadeja has been applauded by each and every cricket fraternity.

With the loss now RCB are at third spot of the points table. Not only this they had also hit with another double disappointment news which eventually made RCB in more trouble.

Royal Challengers Bangalore’s Adam Zampa and Kane Richardson have decided to retire from the Indian Premier League (IPL) in 2021. About the fact that the pair bowed out due to “family reasons,” it is suspected that the majority of Australian cricketers are planning to return home early due to an increase in COVID-19 cases in India.

“Adam Zampa & Kane Richardson are returning to Australia for personal reasons and will be unavailable for the remainder of IPL season. Royal Challengers Bangalore offers complete support to them in all the possible way we can,” Virat Kohli’s RCB said in a statement on Monday (April 26).

Many Australian players are “nervous about ensuring safe passage back home after the (Scott) Morrison government (Australian government) cut the number of incoming passengers allowed from India,” according to the Sydney Morning Herald (SMH) on Monday (April 26).

With about 3.5 lakh Covid-19 cases a day and insufficient medical services, India is going through a difficult time in the pandemic. 3.54 lakh new cases were reported on Sunday (April 25), with over 2800 deaths.

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