T20 World Cup: KL Rahul played like test in the second warm-up match and India lost the match

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In IND vs WA-XI 2nd Warm-Up Match, KL Rahul played an innings of 74 runs in 55 balls. Despite this, India lost the match by 35 runs. Indian team only scored 132/8 in 20 overs.

R Ashwin’s 3-32 performance in the match was good. India restricted Western Australia to 168 runs in 20 overs. The Indian cricket team led by Rohit Sharma takes on Western Australia XI in the second warm-up match in Perth. India opted to bowl first and Virat Kohli and Suryakumar Yadav were not in India’s playing XI for this match.

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In IND vs WA-XI 2nd Warm-Up Match for the Indian team, KL Rahul played the highest innings of 74 runs. In this match, KL Rahul also did not score runs at a fast pace and Team India this match went hard. Despite KL Rahul staying at the crease for 18.1 overs, the Indian team failed to win the game.

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Fans are trolling KL Rahul on social media after seeing his performance. One user wrote, ‘KL Rahul is having a great test inning in the T20 World Cup practice match because he always loves to play Test whether it is Test or T20 cricket.

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Another user wrote, ‘Still don’t understand why KL Rahul’s slow start in the first 6 overs is allowing India to lose the 20-over match. #T20WorldCup can be lost.

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