RCB vs DC: Virat Kohli and Faf du Plessis engineered RCB’s IPL 2024 revival, claims Andy Flower

Andy Flower, Faf du Plessis and Virat Kohli

As IPL 2024 enters the final phase of the tournament, Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) finds itself in a race for a playoff spot despite early setbacks, thanks to the incredible leadership of the dynamic duo. Virat Kohli and Faf du Plessis.

Ahead of RCB’s crucial IPL 2024 clash with Delhi Capitals (DC), RCB head coach Andy Flower praised team captain Du Plessis and batting superstar Kohli for their exemplary leadership, which has been fundamental in the team’s resurgence lately. in this season.

Flower said the rest of the RCB team has been outstanding under the guidance of Kohli and du Plessis in the latest leg of the ongoing IPL 2024. After losing six games in a row, RCB once again won in outstanding fashion and are in a good place to qualify for the IPL 2024 Playoffs.

Andy Flower credited Virat Kohli and Faf du Plessis for RCB’s resurgence in IPL 2024

However, RCB They will have to win all the remaining matches to secure their place in the IPL 2024 Playoffs and furthermore, some results should fall their way. RCB’s next challenge awaits them in a crucial clash against Delhi Capitals (DC) on May 12 at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru.

Kohli and Du Plessis would no doubt be hungry to get those two crucial points against DC in Bengaluru on Sunday. Ahead of the RCB vs DC match, Flower attributed the team’s turnaround to Kohli and du Plessis, who led the team from the front with their stellar performances.

Andy Flower said on the RCB podcast: “Faf and Virat in particular have led from the front with their actions, and the rest of the team has been outstanding. I think we have seen an increase in the way we bowl in the powerplay, and I think that has been led by Siraj and Yash Dayal. “They have both been very skillful and brave with the new ball.”

Virat Kohli and Faf du Plessis share their thoughts on RCB comeback

Meanwhile, RCB captain Faf du Plessis, in a recent conversation on the RCB podcast, admitted that there is always pressure in cricket, regardless of whether a team wins or not. Furthermore, he expressed his satisfaction as captain that RCB is finally playing the style of cricket they have aspired to for a long time. The captain also mentioned that his change brings him a sense of satisfaction and happiness in his camp as they are finally doing justice to themselves on the field.

On the other hand, Virat Kohli said on the RCB podcast: “What we ended up achieving as a team, as a cultural change, will always be a source of pride for me because a tournament happens for a certain period of time. But a culture occurs over a long period of time. And for that you need consistency: you need more character than just winning.”