Published on: August 7, 2021
Indian team batsman KL Rahul said that he must be prepared to do anything for the team and take advantage of any opportunity.Rahul said this was one of the main lessons he learned in the past two years when he left the test site.
Rahul was selected as a substitute for the midfielder of the England series. However, as Shubman Gill was excluded and Mayank Agarwal suffered a concussion before the first test, Rahul found himself starting in Nottingham. He explained himself very well with a carefully compiled 84.
After finishing the day’s performance at the media conference, Rahul said of his performance: “Look, if I have learned anything in the past two years, you are ready to do anything, I was asked to play a different role. Role, many times, I like to do this very much, so this is another opportunity for me to go out and challenge myself.”
Regarding the change in mentality required from the midfield to the opening, Rahul pointed out that since the opening of his life, it hasn’t been a big deal. The Karnataka batsman added: “Obviously, the cricket test I have played so far, I have turned on batting, so this is something I have been doing all my life, so this is nothing new. Things. I used to be open to India. So when an opportunity arises, I want to go out and seize it and make the most of it.”
Rahul admitted that he was satisfied with the discipline he showed in the crease. “I am very happy that I can play today, show a lot of discipline, give my team a good start, and put us in a favorable position,” Rahul said.
Thanks to Rahul’s 84 and Ravindra Jadeja’s 56, India responded with 278 to England’s 183, leading by 95 in the first game. 25/0 when England canceled the game early due to rain on the 3rd day