KL Rahul on Test Captaincy I will Try my Best to Take Indian Cricket Forward – Latest Cricket News

Rohit Sharma, KL Rahul, Jasprit Bumrah and Rishabh Pant have been named as the new captains after Virat Kohli stepped down from the Test captaincy of the Indian team. On the question of captaincy in the press conference on Monday, Bumrah said that if he gets this opportunity, then it will be an honor for him. Now before the first ODI against South Africa, the team’s caretaker captain KL Rahul has also given a statement regarding the Test captaincy. Rahul is not thinking of becoming India’s full-time Test captain, but he said on Tuesday that if he is picked for the coveted position, he will do his best to take the team forward.

“Leading the country is any player’s dream and it is something he will cherish for a long time,” Rahul, who is taking over as the stand-in captain for the ODI series against South Africa, said on the eve of the first ODI. I am no exception either.”

He said, “It will be exciting but I am not really thinking about it right now but if it happens then to the best of my ability I will try to take the team and Indian cricket forward.”

Virat Kohli stepped down as the Test captain after the Indian team lost the three-match Test series 1-2 against South Africa. After Kohli’s injury, it was Rahul who took charge of the team in the second Test in Johannesburg.

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Rahul said that he did not pay much attention to it until his name was discussed. “I didn’t think about it until my name was being discussed,” he said.

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