Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) is yet to register its first win in the ongoing IPL session. RCB Skipper Virat Kohli admitted that they are in a “bad” shape, but he is confident of turning things around.
RCB’s winless streak continues as it suffered the fourth consecutive loss in this year’s IPL, but Kohli hinted at making changes in the side to get the right combination for upcoming matches.
RCB managed 158 for 4 on a difficult wicket, a target which Rajasthan chased down with one ball to spare by losing just three wickets.
“The team hasn’t gone off to a good start, and these things look really bad. But we have to keep believing that we can turn things around. We played well in Mumbai and here, but we need to improve. We need to take some confidence,” Kohli said on Tuesday.