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‘Itna dhyan khelne pe dete to final me hote’- Twitter slams Bangalore Women’s team for taking part in Unbox event after embarrassing exit from Women’s T20 League

Bangalore Women’s team won just 2 matches out of 8.

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The Bangalore Franchise recently hosted a star-studded event at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium to honour some of their legendary players. The event, called Bangalore Unbox, was held ahead of the 2023 Indian T20 League and featured a plethora of stars. However, the presence of the Bangalore women’s team in the stands drew criticism from some fans, who felt that the team should focus more on their game rather than attending events like these.

The Bangalore Unbox event was a grand affair, with the franchise honouring Chris Gayle and AB de Villiers for their contributions to the team. The two legendary cricketers had their jersey numbers permanently retired as a tribute, and they were also inducted into the Bangalore’s Hall of Fame. The event was attended by several Bangalore players, including Harshal Patel, who performed at the event instead of practicing with the team on the ground.

However, it was the presence of the Bangalore women’s team in the stands that drew some criticism from fans. The women’s team had failed to qualify for the playoffs of the Women’s T20 League, finishing fourth in the table with just two wins in eight matches. Some fans felt that the team should focus more on their game and training rather than attending events like Banaglore Unbox.

It is understandable that fans want their team to perform well on the field and achieve success in the Indian T20 League. However, it is also important to acknowledge that events like Bangalore Unbox play a crucial role in building team spirit and morale. The event provided an opportunity for the Banaglore players, both men and women, to come together and celebrate the legacy of their team.

Furthermore, attending events like these can also help players relax and unwind, which is crucial for their mental and emotional well-being. It is no secret that the pressure of performing in a high-profile tournament like the Indian T20 League can take a toll on players, and events like Bangalore Unbox can provide a much-needed break from the rigours of training and playing.

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