From the time I remember each Olympics has started with no hopes and ended with the same. For the first time 2012 Olympics has proved me wrong during the end. With 6 medals from 4 different fields, we have something to build upon. More than the number it is the way we have won them. Be it Saina Nehwal, Mary Kom, Gagan Narang or Sushil Kumar, they all expected to win the medal in their game and they have done it.
Earlier it has never been like that. Leander Paes in 1996, Karnam Malleshwari in 2000, Rajavardhan Singh Rathore in 2004, Abhinav Bhindra and Sushil Kumar in 2008, all were come out of blue and won the medals when it was least expected. Its more like punching above their weight and they never reached such heights in international arena. The only exception was Sushil Kumar who built on that success and become a medal hopeful in this Olympics.
The only hopes I ever had, was on our hockey team and the Tennis doubles pair Leander Paes and Mahesh Bhupathi. They never disappointed to disappoint me. And this time too they disappointed me, the only change is I didn’t followed them . Some things never change.
This year too, I thought similar fate awaits when Deepika Kumari, the top seed in archery crashed out in the first round. I guess there was too much pressure on the 18-year old girl to deliver. But others didn’t succumb to pressure pulling out all their experience to win those medals. Everyone has pushed themselves to their physical limit to earn glory for India. Be it Saina Nehwal who has to fought against the Chinese women, Mark Kom nearing her thirties and fighting in a weight category which she has never fought, Sushil Kumar and Yogeshwar Dutt who has to fight 3 bouts in an hour to claim the medal, Gagan Narang who has to give a start to us in medal tally and finally Vijay Kumar who hold his nerve to win the silver medal.
Outside the medal tally too we had excellent performers who came close to winning a medal like Joydeep Karmakar (Shooting), Krishna Poonia and Vikas Gowda who qualified for the finals of the field events(First time from India), Irfan Kolothum Thodi who came 10th in half marathon (Never heard someone from India participates in it ) and Devendra who has shown fast and agile to go till Quarterfinals in boxing. They have done well and would have added more. But still I am happy with what they have shown. This is for sure going to inspire many.
All the Indian Olympians who won the medal or narrowly missed it this time trained with the single motive of winning a medal in Olympics and it paid real dividends. Surely this will push our government to act wiser and pump in more money for the training of the athletes. Maybe our parents too will think about Olympics medal as their dream for their kid rather than making them into an Engineer or doctor.
The above thing is best summed up when I seen a poster stating, ‘Start training under the master Hosseini in archery and have a chance to win a medal in 2016 Olympics’. Isn’t it an improvement? Planning for Olympics publicly 4 years before. I have never seen before.
Now some thoughts on the Superstar of the Olympics, Usain Bolt. Till now he has participated in 6 events in Olympics and is yet to be beaten. That’s some record. Watching him run is such a joyful experience with all his actions, celebrations and his jogs towards the finishing line. This time he had tough competition from his countryman Yohan Blake but yet came on top quite easily. What a star!!!
Watch his brilliant runs below:
Info: Technology surely has its advantages. All the Olympic events were uploaded officially in best quality in youtube. You can watch them through the channel olympic. No need to wait for the telecast in television This channel also contains some of the events of past Olympics. Enjoy
I have been pestering my friends for some time that we should go to Jog falls. Weekends gone by with one or other getting busy and for all the talk started by May, it ended up with us reaching there by the last week of July.
Pic courtesy: Wikipedia
There is the only place which closely resembled to what I already had in mind. Mountains surrounded by moss and the water falling down like silver streaks accustomed by the frequent rain what else I could ask for. Its picture perfect.
The way they have built the motel (touring complex) should be appreciated. It is situated at the line of sight of the top of the falls which gives us a wonderful view. How many other falls I have seen in real like this? None. Mist is just moving around this place. You should be smart enough to click your photos when there is no mist and no rain. Quite a task
There is a 1800 step stairway built to reach the bottom of the falls and what fun it was. Surely its energy sapping but once you reach the bottom and see the falls in front of you, you will say its worth for all we spent out and much more. With the water felling down in full glory and the drizzling rains hitting ours with no parts of body left dry which made our cameras to take a hiding in the covers. Not a single picture were clicked by us after reaching the bottom but I will never forget how I laid down on the rocks and enjoyed that falls in front of me.
When we were there are other group people who came there. I talked with one of the friend there which went along in the lines of god and he said, ‘This fall in front of us is, god.’ I can’t agree more. What someone will want when they see a god? May that moment never end, may this kindness towards us be like this forever…. Well that’s the feel I got.
If you know swimming then you are in for more fun. There is a small lagoon created by the falls and you can’t stop yourselves from taking a dive into it. It should be fun. I couldn’t do since I don’t know swimming.
1800 steps climbing down is one thing. Since we are expecting something we won’t feel the tiredness much. Think about climbing up again? We thought that this will be very difficult. But it didn’t pose much problem and we climbed pretty quickly which tell us how well those stairs were made. Wonderful creation!!!
There are two points to see the falls and the guy over there took us in a omni van. Those points were good, gave us the different views of falls and also gave a close look from the edge of the falls. He charged us 300 rupees which we felt nominal. It’s quite a distance for sure.
How can I complete it without mentioning hot and spicy maagi and omlette we had. All the shops in that touring complex had the same menu. There is no need to ask or bother there
I can surely guarantee it’s a very nice place to visit especially during monsoon. When we went there it’s a peak monsoon period I guess with rain pouring every half an hour. And if you feel like taking your umbrellas I have to say 2 things: 1) your umbrella won’t save you there, 2) umbrellas defeat the purpose of visiting this place.
My advice is, don’t afraid to get wet. I thought about my shoes getting wet and missed to go to a view point. My whole shoe got wet when I went to the bottom of the falls.
My friend’s verdict: For all your pestering, its worth. There you go
Jog falls is well connected from Shimoga through buses. It won’t be a problem reaching there.
Note: These are all my observations. Let me know if they are wrong and I will be happy if it is wrong.
I was invited to two 1st birthday parties last year. While I am always excited to see the kids I felt there was something really wrong with the way it was conducted. The birthday parties I have attended were happened in small marriage halls with the speakers blaring all the way. The people who all attended were office colleagues of the parents. It’s a complete joyous occasion for everyone, we think. But not, I guess.
The kid who is the star of the occasion suffers from various things. First, how small or big the hall maybe it’s a new place to kid and for sure he/she can’t get accustomed to it. Second, most of the people who present in the function were completely unknown to the kid. They will like to play with him/her but surely it will cause discomfort to kid. And you can’t blame the people who like to play with the little kid. Thirdly, the loud music and closed room is not a combination on which the kid loves to be. Lastly, the number of dresses kids forced to wear. All these factors push them to tears and the whole party goes in kid crying all the way.
While we can’t blame the intentions of the parents here as they want the first birthday to be a memorable one with their friends around and the pictures clicked on that day serves as wonderful memory for the kid when grows on. I feel a subdued birthday party being held in one’s home will be better than being held in party halls as kids are familiar with the place and also calling only a selected number of people will make the occasion better. Party halls and more people can wait till the kid can grow up. As for me people will be happy enough if they are able to see their 1st birthday cake and their parents pictures and won’t be concerned about the people who attended or the hall it held.
Its all a familiar story for Mumbai Indians. Assemble a team that can give anybody a run for their money, storm through or get through the league stages comfortably and then falter at knockout games. When they got 2 wickets in consecutive balls in the second over of the eliminator match against Chennai Super Kings they might have thought this is their year. But CSK had other ideas which included destroying Malinga. With their best bowler taken to cleaners, their captain shunning of his responsibilities by bowling just 3 overs it’s upto their batsmen to chase down a mammoth 187 runs scored by CSK. Response, as sound as it has given lost its hertz once Dwayne Smith got out after giving an explosive start. For strange reasons they hold back their best batsmen like Kieron Pollard and Ambati Rayudu, maybe for playoff or final, but whatever it is, it backfired big time and they lost once again to go home. While it’s apparent to many that their problem was their batting order, the men who associated with them doesn’t seem to get it.
After topping the league in style, it’s Delhi Daredevil’s chance to put themselves into final for first time but all they could manage was fluffing it in the first game against Kolkatta Knight Riders with a under par batting performance and then with stunning exclusion of Morne Morkel against Chennai Super Kings. Their two batting heavyweights Sehwag and Warner didn’t got going in both the games which increased the pressure on the middle order which wasn’t tested till the very last stages of league. It proved decisive. The decision of leaving out Morne Morkel in favor of all-rounder Andre Russell, how logical it may sound was big mistake made by DD as their bowlers were without a leader and they were taken apart. With failings on batting, bowling, and strategy-wise at knockout stages they weren’t deserved to win and they didn’t.
Many called it unfair and luck when Chennai Super Kings got into the top four but for sure not now. No other team who were in contention with CSK for the fourth place could have done better. CSK have put in performances in all 3 knockout games which was worthy of a winning one but narrowly missed it in the final game. All their players like Hussey, Vijay, Dhoni, Badrinath and Raina who were quiet till the league games started to explode which could be seen in the team scores like 187, 222 and 191 all which could be defended. They trusted their players, got their tactics spot on and fielded well. When they lost 2 early wickets in the eliminator match against MI they didn’t panic instead sent their anchor man Badri to join Hussey to repair the innings which they did with aplomb and then its all CSK till the finals where they lost to KKR by a smaller margin. Dhoni could have tried Jadeja for couple of overs in the final as Bravo was off-colour but it has been done and dusted. They should be proud with what they have done.
Kolkatta Kinght Riders after a rather poor start to the tournament got themselves up and running which placed them as champions. Riding on the outstanding skill and form of 2 players Gambhir and Narine till the league stages, their underperformed players like Yusuf Pathan, Kallis, and Bisla contributed heavily in the knockout stages to come out as winners. Yusuf Pathan reminded everyone the difference he can make to a good and modest score in the playoff match against DD which proved crucial in the outcome of the match. If Balaji has not injured, Bisla wouldn’t have got a place in the team and if he hadn’t played who knows what the outcome of the final could have been. Manvinder Bisla had always played short burst innings very well for a long time and he couldn’t chosen a better game to show how dangerous he can be when he scores big. With 191 runs to chase it needed somebody to play a knock which should be fast and steady. He turned himself on for that. There were contributions from all the players during their chase and they ended up as worthy champions after chasing down 191. They have formed a new team during last auction; they came near last time and now they nailed it in some style. Well done KKR!!!!
It’s time to check the top 4 of the IPL.
Its looks like even if Chennai Super Kings doesn’t want to be in the play offs, the other teams does need them. When CSK finished their last match, along with CSK 3 other teams were in contention for play offs and lot of results were required to go in their way to make the top 4. Call it destiny or fixing, CSK got there. When a team which requires its last match should be a victory to stay alive in the competition they are expected to produce a performance of life. But what CSK has shown against KXIP in the last game baffled everyone. None of their star players like Raina, Ashwin and Dhoni who performed in the previous editions of IPL performed this time. Faf du Plessis singlehandedly managed the top order of CSK till the arrival of Mike Hussey, Bravo, if not spectacular proved effective as all-rounder and Albie Morkel who with his power hitting won few matches in which CSK has no business of winning.
CSK’s strength is always being a collective force and again they get through to play offs with little contribution from every player. But if their star players do perform it will do no harm. It will be interesting to see how they handle the fit Faf du Plessis and Mike Hussey in the same XI with both being successful as opening batsman with M Vijay taking the other slot. Their first XI have settled look which is a fantastic for them but few of their players really need to step up their game to see CSK in finals.
Mumbai Indians always had a team which can compete with any international T20 team. This time too when they started with a dominating win against CSK I thought, like previous 2 IPL editions there is no stopping them. But unfortunately for them Sachin was injured for initial 5-6 games and their batting line-up was wobbling. The collective effort from the team has put them in the 3rd place in the league. The return of Sachin from injury stabilized their batting to some extent and their bowlers except for Malinga were inconsistent. Munaf though started the tournament brightly found himself sorted out by the opposition players and taken to cleaners. RP Singh showed some of his skills which reminded us his earlier promise but couldn’t deliver on regular basis. Harbhajan Singh still not concerned about picking wickets which caused his exit from Indian team. Kieron Pollard having a mixed tournament till now and MI will be hoping that he comes good in the play offs.
They will be hoping once again their collective effort will take them through to finals. They have batsmen like Sachin, Rohit, Dwayne Smith, Pollard and Rayudu who can single handedly win matches. But their inconsistent form is the worrisome factor for them. Dwayne Smith signing when the tournament in progress proved to be an astute one as he won matches from no hope situation and seems to perform as opener in play-offs which was the real problem area for MI. If that move comes off then there is no stopping MI.
Kolkata Knight Riders riding on the bulk of runs scored by their skipper Gambhir finished at the 2nd position. The other player who performed as effectively as Gambhir but gone unnoticed was Sunil Narine. With his mystery yet to be unlocked, batsmen found really hard to find the kind of delivery he bowls. Watching his spin bowling is a joy too. Kallis and McCullum has a very average tournament by any standards and those are the only batsmen who supported Gambhir. Rajat Bhatia and L Blalaji chipped in with useful contribution with the ball. With half of the team not performing at required level it’s a credit to Gambhir’s captaincy that they finished 2nd. Yusuf Pathan still not able to sort out his problems and Manoj Tiwary didn’t done enough to mention him.
KKR hopes hinges on the form of Gambhir and Narine. If they both have a great day rest of the players can breathe easy as they have done for most of the matches in this season. Gambhir will be expecting some of his players to step up which will push KKR to their first ever IPL final.
Delhi Daredevils Bull Run which started with the Sehwag’s return to form and Morne Morkel’s blistering pace placed them at the perch of the points table. We have seen what an in-form Sehwag brings to the team. He scored fifties after fifties which mostly results in wins and DD placed themselves at the top. Pietersen too played an important part and as if it is planned earlier once he left Warner came into team making sure there is no letting off for opposition. They proved that seam attack is not something which fails in Indian pitches. They have the fastest Indian bowlers like Varun Aaron and Umesh Yadav along with Morne Morkel who all proved effective.
They will hope their top order continues to fire as their middle order is yet to be tested seriously. Ross Taylor in the penultimate match against RCB has shown that he didn’t forget his swipes to midwicket or square leg which will be encouraging for them. But Morkel after a great start now looks like burnt out. DD needs him to be at his best to clinch the title. They have all the ingredients to win the title for the first time. Will they?
This is just a small explanation about the play offs instead of semi-finals which is implemented in IPL.
While the semifinal is just 2 matches play-offs consist of 3 matches.
1st Play off – Ist Place Vs IInd place à Winner of this match goes straight to final.
Eliminator – IIIrd place Vs IVth place à Loser of this match goes out of tournament.
2nd Play off – Loser of 1st play off Vs Winner of Eliminator match.
I like this method as it does plays some advantage to the table toppers for all the efforts they put in the league.
The league stage concluded today with number of CSK fans doubled up as DC’s fans and prayed for DC’s victory which eventually happened. The 4 teams in the fray for play-offs are Kolkata Knight Riders, Delhi Daredevils, Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings.
The trend of this IPL is, one player carrying their team. Gautam Gambhir almost carried whole of KKR’s batting, Sehwag put up performances which put Delhi in a command from the start, Cameron White saving the Deccan Chargers from mediocrity and Gayle who stands tall among this list with his consistent monstrous hitting for RCB. Hitting sixes were as normal as defending the ball for him. For hitting sixes, NO ONE HAS DONE IT LIKE GAYLE. It’s a pity we won’t see him in the play offs.
At the start of the league it seemed like Rajasthan Royals and Pune Warriors have shrugged off their
indifferent form of last year and found the winning touch. But they didn’t, with Pune Warriors hitting the lowest end of the table with some of the most insipid performances where they didn’t even put up a fight. Their batting never took off with no player showed form and they couldn’t find right bowling combination even though had some of good T20 bowlers. If 2 bowlers were containing, the other 3 were generous enough to leak runs and never they able to put in collective performance. Even their best player Steven Smith who put in some great performances at the start of the season looked disinterested towards the end which sums up their campaign. Much of this blame can be put on their captain Sourav Ganguly who couldn’t find a way to put up their best XI.
Rajasthan Royals after a high flying start floundered at the end. Even the arrival of Shane Watson, their star player, couldn’t change their fortunes though he played some good innings. Shaun Tait was kept fresh for the fag end of the tournament which was a good idea but at times he went wayward and RR paid the price. Rahane couldn’t continue with his form and other batsmen couldn’t step up which proved decisive in the RR’s failed campaign.
Deccan chargers almost had a perfect failed tournament. They batting never clicked collectively, their bowling, save Steyn, at best pedestrian and their fielding which defined ‘how not to field’ rounds up their campaign. After a very quiet start to the tournament, Cameron White suddenly unleashed himself and played some blinders which won matches for his team. Steyn except for a match against RCB was consistent and looked like only bowler threatening the opposition from DC camp. Duminy and Shikhar Dhawan stepped in with few good performances but unless they find a good crop of Indian players and few foreign players they can’t be top 4 anytime soon.
Kings XI Punjab looked like the most depleted squad in IPL but yet they were in the contention for play offs till the end of their last match which speaks volume about the way they punched above their weight. Gilchrist’s injury was blessing in disguise as it allowed them to field an international player who can perform consistently. The promotion of Mandeep Singh proved fruitful and it compensated for the lack of form of Shaun Marsh who struggled throughout the tournament to get going. Azhar Mahmood’s contribution to their stunning return to life can’t be undermined as he was economical for most of the matched and played good cameos with bat. David Hussey ably led the side and also chipped in with batting performances which kept them alive in the tournament. This is a successful tournament for them considering the quality of the players they had and no harm will be done if they sign some better players for next season.
No team is as much depend upon on one man as RCB depend on Gayle. If not for him they might be finding themselves at the bottom of the table. Gayle along with AB De Villiers and Muralitharan kept the hopes of top four alive for RCB till their last match. With a batting line-up that was brittle due to the loss of form of Kohli they couldn’t effectively use AB De Villiers as he found himself mostly at No.5 or No.6 with very less number of balls to play. Dilshan shown glimpses of his batting but he is not the force he once was and Kohli never touched the half heights of heroics he has shown in Indian colours. In bowling Zaheer and Muralidharan have done a half decent job with none of the other bowlers done anything of note. Vettori was said to be injured but it seemed like a plan to accommodate Muralidharan in the line-up who looked more incisive than Vettori but they could have been more effective with both of them on the field leaving Dilshan out. But Kohli and Saurabh tiwary’s patchy form never allowed them to have that luxury and they could get only 5th position in the league.
- To be Continued…
Note: I am not able to put the results now DI. I will add them by tomorrow and let you know. Sorry for not able to give it in time.
Scheduling of the IPL matches are very pathetic with 2 teams facing each other 2 times in a couple of days. This literally takes out the excitement of league as the teams will be running in different forms during their first half and second half of tournament. Hope the schedule will be better next time.
IPL this week produced some real close finishes and more entertainment. While Deccan Chargers were yet to open their winning account other teams just trying to hold on to their form but it doesn’t proved to be fruitful. Points table is now crowded with 6 teams at 8 points with Mumbai Indians and Kings XI Punjab not far behind with 6 points.
With ‘Flop team of the week’ tag can be easily bestowed on Deccan Chargers it will be really difficult to find the top team of the week as every team has lost as much as they won. Deccan Chargers have a fairly decent team and a better squad than KXIP but still they are unable to find a win due to their finding ways to put themselves into defeat. At times, their team selection is also baffling leaving out Daniel Christian for out-of-form and out-of-sorts Cameron White. It has been more than a year since I have seen any meaningful contribution from him. Dale Steyn bowling superbly but T20 isn’t a bowler’s game unfortunately.
Mumbai Indians should be a happier bunch with the return of Sachin but the Malinga’s injury took away any such joy. Without Malinga MI’s bowling loses its threatening potential. Even though they have good bowlers in Munaf Patel, Ojha and Harbhajan they can be carted by batsmen during death overs. They lost their match against KXIP which they should have won. Tough times ahead for them as their batsmen are not firing collectively and injury to Malinga.
Kings XI Punjab with their wafer thin squad able to conjure up 3 wins from 7 matches. With the kind of team they have we can’t even say they are underdogs against some top teams. They seemed to fetch the initiative against RCB while defending the total of 163 with 3 quick wickets only for Gayle to finish the match in style. They redeemed themselves against MI with Marsh slowly coming back to form. Parvinder Awana, an Indian bowler came from nowhere and bowled impressively in their last 2 matches. Much of Kings XI Punjab’s hope to compete will hinge on Marsh and if he delivers they can surprise any team.
Gayle storm is yet to hit the full force but the glimpses of it announces danger to other teams with AB de Villiers joining the party. Against Pune Warriors RCB seemed down and out only for Gayle to revive the hopes (the highlight being 5 sixes in a row) and de Villiers providing the final touch. They won their match against KXIP too with another masterful batting from Gayle and de Villiers. Yesterday they won against string Rajasthan Royals with Dilshan and AB de Villiers producing some great batting display. After Gayle, Dilshan and De Villiers also started to contribute in batting for RCB. If Kohli joins them then opposition bowlers will have plenty to think about. But their bowling is pretty much toothless and if their batting have an off day they can very much think about next match quickly.
Pune Warriors redeemed themselves in this edition of IPL after some good showing with both bat and ball. Under the leadership of Ganguly they seemed to be transformed and ready to fight. They lost their match against RCB which they should have won but won the match against Delhi Daredevils which they could have lost. Ryder started to look like a player to watch, Steven Smith providing some fireworks at the end and Ganguly stunned everyone with his Man of the match display against DD. He isn’t fluent with the bat yet but yet shown that he can ably contribute on the field with his bowling display. Alfonso Thomas provided the required impetus in the bowling against DD and if Pune can sort out their middle order they can challenge for the title easily.
Delhi Daredevils started with a bull run to the tournament on the back of their impressive bowling displays and started to show their prowess with bat too. Kevin Pietersen is literally dominating the bowling and Sehwag started to find his batting form. If these 2 combine then the opposition can forget about winning the game. Unlike other teams they have seam attack in Morne Morkel, Umesh Yadav and Varun Aaron and till now they didn’t disappointed. Nadeem, an unknown left arm spinner started to show his value. Against PWI they lost their way after very much in the game but they will look forward to correct it. They look like the team to beat in this IPL season.
Kolkata Knight Riders slowly picking up their form but still they are not able to find the perfect combination for their team yet. With the inclusion of Brendon McCullum they lose stability at the top which is very much needed as they have a misfiring middle order. Kallis doesn’t look like the player of the last season, with him not able to significantly contribute with both bat and the ball. Gambhir taking most of the responsibility and he will need his team to step up. They should use the services of Shakib ul Hassan and Ten doeschate’s well. Last week they won both their matches but they came against DC and KXIP. If they get their team right, they can easily win against any team. Will they?
Chennai Super Kings started to show their efficiency with the performances which are not flashy but yet resulting in wins. They won against both PWI and RR and most importantly they found a decent seam bowling attack which includes Kulasekara. Death overs provided the problem for CSK with their bowlers going for runs and in Kulasekara they found a solution temporarily. Albie Morkel went to South Africa last week to attend his friend’s funeral and joined back the team now. Doug Bollinger, who has been inconsistent in this season, should make way for him. They slowly starting to dominate and if they continue they may become unbeatable.
Rajasthan Royals after a very bright start starting to lose. They lost against CSK and RCB consecutively with their bowling attack suddenly looking toothless and their unsorted batting lineup makes it easier for the opposition. For some strange reasons Brad Hodge wasn’t promoted higher up in the lineup. He is an experienced batsman and will make valuable runs for them. Their bowlers Amit Singh, Sidharth Trivedi and Kevon Cooper who looked in great form initially started to leak runs. Their batsmen still in goo touch with Dravid too slowly getting back to the groove. They need to step up their bowling and use Hodge’s services more effectively to win the matches.
Points table (As of 25/04/12):
|16-04-2012||Mumbai Indians v Delhi Daredevils||Delhi won|
|17-04-2012||Rajasthan Royals v Deccan Chargers||Rajasthan Royals won|
|17-04-2012||Royal Challengers Bangalore v Pune Warriors||RCB won|
|18-04-2012||Kings XI Punjab v Kolkata Knight Riders||KKR won|
|19-04-2012||Delhi Daredevils v Deccan Chargers||Delhi won|
|19-04-2012||Chennai Super Kings v Pune Warriors||CSK won|
|20-04-2012||Kings XI Punjab v Royal Challengers Bangalore||RCB won|
|21-04-2012||Chennai Super Kings v Rajasthan Royals||CSK won|
|21-04-2012||Delhi Daredevils v Pune Warriors||Pune won|
|22-04-2012||Mumbai Indians v Kings XI Punjab||KXIP won|
|22-04-2012||Deccan Chargers v Kolkata Knight Riders||KKR won|
|23-04-2012||Rajasthan Royals v Royal Challengers Bangalore||RCB won|