KL Rahul: The captain is telling the biggest strength as a weakness… openly kept his point on bad form

new Delhi: KL Rahul on Bangladesh tourKL Rahul) were a complete flop. Whether it is ODI or Test, KL’s bat remained completely silent. In such a situation, discussions are fast that Rahul may be discharged from the limited overs series against Sri Lanka at the beginning of the new year. After the Mirpur Test, the stand-in captain spoke openly about his poor form. KL is called All Format Player. He represents Team India in all formats of ODI, T20 and Test. After the Mirpur Test, Rahul blamed playing in all formats for his poor form.

During the Test series, KL Rahul scored only 57 runs in four innings of two matches. During this, his average was 14. Talking about the ODI series, he scored 95 runs in three matches at an average of 31. Earlier, he was also a flop during the World Cup.

KL Rahul said, “You always want to give your best. Be it any format. You want to do well for your team and country. Sometimes this does not even happen. Whatever cricket I have played, I have seen many ups and downs. I know that nothing lasts long.

KL said, “When you play in all three formats, it is a bit difficult personally to go from one format to another. I had not played Test for some time. It takes some time to do well in tests. It is a challenge to play at this stage and score runs in all three formats. How quickly you can adapt to all three formats is a challenge.

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