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IPLT20 2021:These 3 youngsters will make Virat Kohli the IPL champion for the first time

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IPLT20 2021:Captain Virat Kohli, along with Mr. 360 degree AB de Villiers. And this time there is also an arrow named Gleen Maxwell in the quiver which has been bought for Rs 14.25 crore. But the wait is still waiting for Royal Challengers Bangalore to win their first trophy in IPLT20 history. Like every time, this time also, in the captaincy of Virat Kohli, the RCB has given a shout to change history. RCB also has young talented players in the form of Navdeep Saini, Washington Sundar and Devdat Padikkal. But the names of the three new faces who will be watching this season are something else.

Royal Challengers Bangalore director Mike Hewson believes that this time the team of young players will get the IPL title. He has given the names of three uncapped players for this. These include Rajat Patidar, Suyash Prabhudesai and Mohammad Azharuddin. These three are the names that have left their mark in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy and Vijay Hazare Trophy this year.

RCB bought Rajat Patidar at their base price which was 20 lakh rupees. If you search the silver Patidar on Google, then the first four results will mention his blazing innings. These include 96 runs from 51 balls and 68 runs from 29 balls in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy this year. An innings of 50 runs off 41 balls is also recorded. His ability to hit big shots in the middle overs with a terrible strike rate can prove to be helpful for RCB. Mike Hessen says this is the first IPLT20 for Rajat.

He understands the system of first class cricket very well and his performances in the Syed Mushtaq Ali and Vijay Hazare Trophy have been excellent. We have been watching him for two years. For Madhya Pradesh, this right-handed batsman has scored at an average of 143.53 in 22 T20s. These include 28 sixes.

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Mohammad Azharuddin: 137 not out off 54 balls

This year, Mohammed Azharuddin’s name got loudly in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy. The Kerala right-handed wicket-keeper batsman hit an unbeaten 137 against Mumbai, hitting 11 sixes in a 54-ball innings. For this, Mike Hewson says that RCB is looking at him as a wicket-keeper batsman, who can also take up the responsibility of opening. He is the kind of player who can reduce the pressure on other players.

Suyesh Prabhudesai: Only fourth player from Goa to join RCB IPLT20 2021

Suyash Prabhudesai is only the fourth player from Goa to join RCB after Saurabh Bandekar, Shadab Jakati and Swapnil Asnodkar. Suyesh is counted among the best finishers. He has the ability to shoot in every corner of the field in 360 degrees.

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