Dubai: Questioning the mentality of Royal Challengers Bangalore, former English captain Michael Vaughan launched a scathing attack on Sunday. Calling RCB an ‘immature group’, Vaughan felt the side celebrate at the wrong times.Also Read - T20 World Cup: Shakib Al Hasan Takes Bangladesh to Super 12 Stage After Win Over Papua New Guinea

Speaking to Cricbuzz, Vaughan reckoned RCB lacks the unity of a “collective” because the players are vying for individual performances. “I’ll be honest with you… RCB.. I don’t want to feel like I am picking on them but I just don’t like the mentality. I don’t like seeing fistbumps for someone hitting a six, you know, in the ninth over. You hit a six but that’s your job to get the ball over the ropes. You give a fistbump when you celebrate at the end of the game when you have won. I have seen little celebrations at the wrong moment from the RCB team.” Also Read - T20 World Cup: A Look at Virat Kohli's Record Against Pakistan in T20Is Ahead of Marquee Clash in Dubai

“I just don’t see the mechanism of maturity. It looks quite immature group that’s celebrating someone hitting a six in the 8th over [sic]. So what? Who cares about that? That’s for later on in a couple of hours time when you start celebrating. I see some of the things in this group that… yeah, I am not too sure I think they are almost playing individually rather than a collective,” he added. Also Read - Virat Kohli Yet to be Dismissed vs Pakistan in World T20s | Check Stats

Meanwhile, Glenn Maxwell justified his million-dollar contract with an all-round performance before Harshal Patel took a hat-trick to ensure a thumping 54-run victory for Royal Challengers Bangalore over Mumbai Indians.

Maxwell (56 off 37 balls and 2/23) produced one of his better efforts in the IPL while Harshal (4/17 in 3.1 overs), the current Purple Cap holder removed Hardik Pandya, Kieron Pollard and Rahul Chahar off successive deliveries to defend a target of 165 without breaking much sweat.