'It is always a nice feeling to score back-to-back wins at home. We have performed pretty well in the last two games. We hope to take this winning habit into the rest of the tournament. Our immediate goal is to win in Mumbai,' said Kumble, who credited his side's 10-wicket convincing victory over a sorry-looking Rajasthan Royals the Indian Premier League here yesterday to the all-round performance.
Jacques Kallis, who played his part in both bowling and batting, said that RCB has got the momentum.
He said that the players had worked on surprising Yusuf Pathan with short-pitched deliveries.
Meanwhile, Rajasthan captain Shane Warne said his team has to keep their morale high despite three consecutive defeats in the third edition of the IPL.
'Our batting was pretty ordinary. Scoring 90-odd runs was not what we had expected. Things are not going in our way but we have to keep trying to get the desired results,' he said.
Warne commended the Bangalore bowlers for their impressive show in a good M Chinnaswamy batting wicket.
'It was a good batting wicket. I think Royal Challengers Bangalore bowled really well after putting us in,' he said.
Warne conceded that his team was completely outplayed.
'It was a good 200-plus wicket but we were bowled out for 92 and there was nothing much we could do. Bangalore deserved to win.
'They bowled their bouncers on the money against Yusuf but he is a good player and whenever he gets the ball in his range, he will keep smashing it beyond the park,' said Warne.
He added: 'Don't give up on us yet!'
Asked if injuries to key players had anything to do with his side's performance, Warne said, 'All franchises lose some players at one time or another. We can't attribute our performance to it. But with injuries come opportunities which the youngsters should grab.'
Talking about his achievement, RCB bowler Praveen Kumar, who returned with figures of three for 18 runs from his four overs, said, 'When I got the second wicket, I knew I would get the hat-trick. I decided to bowl a length ball. I was prepared to be hit if he (Paras Dogra) connected the ball and it paid,'