The Royal Challengers Bangalore have been the unluckiest team in IPL so far over the most recent 12 years. The Bangalore-based franchise has made it to 3 IPL finals but has not had the option to seize the desired IPL prize. Bangalore has had outstanding amongst other batting setups, time in IPL.
All things considered, the bowling unit has bombed the group on certain events. Accordingly, the group has not had the option to win a single IPL title. Nevertheless, the team management had attempted to sign some great players in the auction. Unfortunately, they couldn't snatch them. Here's a glance at the 5 players RCB looked to sign yet couldn't in IPL Auction.
1. Pat Cummins
In the recent auction of IPL 2020, there was an enormous offering war to sign Australian quick bowler, Pat Cummins. The right-arm brisk was gobbled up by Kolkata Knight Riders at a record cost of 15.50 Crore.
Royal Challengers Bangalore was the principal group to offer for him. They had an extraordinary offering war with Delhi Capitals before Kolkata went along with them. RCB offer 15.25 Crores for Cummins' services in IPL 2020. Nonetheless, KKR outbid them and afterward marked the Australian pacer.
2. Gautam Gambhir
Imagining Gautam Gambhir and Virat Kohli in one IPL group offers goosebumps to each Delhi cricket fan. The southpaw went to Kolkata Knight Riders at an incredible cost in the bartering.
Be that as it may, Royal Challengers Bangalore had put him on his list of things to get. Maybe, Gambhir might have helped RCB win a title or two with the players that RCB had.
3. Ben Stokes
English all-rounder Ben Stokes entered the IPL 2017 Auction. He brought a gigantic arrangement from Rising Pune Supergiant, yet RCB and MI were additionally in the competition to sign him.
An all-rounder like Stokes might have given a lot of balance to Bangalore in the IPL. Nonetheless, since Bangalore couldn't sign him, they went for Tymal Mills in the auction. It is critical that Ben Stokes is a part of the Rajasthan Royals now. He is viewed as extraordinary compared to other all-rounders in world cricket right now. On the opposite side, RCB released Mills after one season.
4. Rohit Sharma
In spite of the fact that he had done well in IPL, Deccan Chargers released him from their team. Royal Challengers Bangalore needed him in their team. On the off chance that the marking was conceivable, Bangalore might have had two most encouraging Indian batsmen in their crew. Given that Sharma is a 4-time IPL winning captain now, one can just envision the achievement that RCB might have accomplished had they played strong and went for Rohit in the bartering.
5. Yusuf Pathan
Each IPL team had made its 'list of things to get' before the mega auction. The groups put the players they needed to sign in that remarkable rundown.
Royal Challengers Bangalore named five players, and one of them was Yusuf Pathan. The hard-hitting all-rounder from Baroda was in the long run marked by Kolkata Knight Riders.