Royal Challengers Bangalore skipper Virat Kohli, brushed off concerns about Chris Gayle’s poor form after the team suffered their first loss of the season against Delhi Daredevils on Sunday. The West Indian has been going through a poor run, scoring just 14 runs in his last five T20 innings.
Chris Gayle has been
"I am sure he will come good at some stage of the tournament. Probably, he may get a hundred for us when it's required the most. I am not too worried about
Apart from Gayle, the other three in the top 4 – Kohli, AB de Villiers, and Shane Watson – have been in good form, scoring big runs in their two matches so far. Kohli and de Villiers starred in both the games scoring
"Well, we got 230 in the first match and then almost 200 in this match, without Gayle firing. Guess what would happen when he fires!. Four guys - Gayle, AB de Villiers, myself and Shane Watson - of international calibre playing in one team, it always helps. You can rely on those four and turn the game for you, said the RCB skipper.
After playing two matches at the M Chinnaswamy stadium, RCB will now travel to Mumbai for their first away match of the season against reigning champions Mumbai Indians on Wednesday night.