Royal Challengers Bangalore have begun their Indian Premier League (IPL) 2019 on perhaps the most exceedingly awful note conceivable with four misfortunes in their initial four matches. The ritzy batting have neglected to flame for RCB repeatedly and a ton of inquiries have been gotten some information about the group the executives and their procedures. 

Notwithstanding, previous India captain and Delhi Capitals consultant Sourav Ganguly trusts that it is a passing stage for RCB captain Virat Kohli and supported him to take his group forward in the competition. 

"He played well last season, I believe it's a passing stage for him this season. The measure of runs he's (Virat) scored for India, I surmise no player is near that. He needs to take the rearward sitting arrangement and think with a quiet and made personality with the group. There are still matches ahead. I won't discount RCB as there is still time and I would like to see him take the group forward," Ganguly told IndiaTV. 

Kohli hasn't seen his best as a batsman with only 78 rushes to his name in four matches of IPL 2019. He has attempted to furnish his group with great begins and in the last experience, he was foxed by the turn of Shreyas Gopal. 

With the World Cup 2019 practically around the bend, this isn't uplifting news for the Indian cricket group and the captain will without a doubt be hoping to skip back when RCB take on Kolkata Knight Riders on Friday.

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