10 Players Royal Challengers Bangalore regret letting go
Royal Challengers Bangalore are one of three franchises to have never got their hands on the coveted trophy. Despite coming close to the win three times in the history of IPL, they have failed to perform when it mattered most.
They have always put up a strong squad on paper but have failed to perform in crunch situations. Hence, the title victory remains one of the unfulfilled dreams of the RCB fans which has continued long for eleven seasons.
They have also been eliminated from this year's IPL after crossing the line only six times in their fourteen games.
They could have fulfilled the dreams of their die-hard fans had they not sold these beneficial players. Here we will take a look at the prized players Royal Challengers Bangalore regret selling.
#10 Harshal Patel
Harshal Patel, the India A pacer was a part of Royal Challengers Bangalore from 2012 till last season before moving to Delhi Daredevils. He was included in Delhi Daredevils's squad only during their fifth game but since then, he has sealed his spot in the playing XI.
His hidden talents of big-hitting came to light when he was promoted up the order where he amassed scores of 36 and 24 in two innings.
He is a valuable bowler who can hit the deck hard and bowl good bouncers. He has played five games this season and has taken seven wickets and has also scored 60 runs at a staggering strike-rate of 181.81.
As Royal Challengers Bangalore haven't had a reliable bowling all-rounder, they should have undoubtedly tried to bid for Harshal Patel.