The coming few days are very important for Team India. The team has to play big tournaments like Asia Cup and World Cup. Team India’s team for both these tournaments will be announced in the coming days. In both of these, the selection of a player in Team India for the tournament is almost certain. Although the performance of this player is very poor. Captain Rohit Sharma is also worried about the performance of this player. Let us tell you who is this player…
Rohit Sharma is angry with this player’s performance:
Actually, the player whose performance Rohit Sharma is angry with is none other than KL Rahul. Be aware that Rahul’s performance has often been disappointing on many occasions. Look at his performance in last year’s Asia Cup or look at his performance in T20 World Cup 2022. In both cases, his performance was very poor. Not only this, he has played many Test series this year, and his performance in that too has been very poor.
Rahul’s performance in ICC tournaments:
In such a situation, it is believed that KL Rahul can prove to be the biggest villain of Rohit Sharma in the World Cup 2023. let’s know that Rahul is currently injured. But he can return to Team India soon. If he returns to the team then his selection for the 2023 World Cup is almost certain. Rahul’s performance can be gauged by looking at his ICC tournament performance.
If we look at KL Rahul’s performance in ICC tournaments, he has scored 225 runs in 9 matches at an average of just 25 in the World Cup. His highest score is 69 runs. His strike rate has also been below 135. While he has scored more than 50 runs in these matches 3 times and has hit 20 fours and 8 sixes. Which is completely opposite to his reputation.
The career of KL Rahul:
If you look at KL Rahul’s international, he has played a total of 47 Tests, 54 ODIs, and 72 T20 Internationals in his international career so far. He has scored 2642 runs in Tests at an average of 33.44, 1986 runs in ODIs at an average of 45.14, and 2265 runs in T20 Internationals at an average of 37.75 and a strike rate of 139.13.