Sourav Ganguly, the president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), came out against KL Rahul after India defeated Australia in the second Test by six wickets in Delhi earlier this month. Rahul had been demoted from Test captain.
In none of his previous ten Test innings, India’s opener has scored more than 25 runs. His average score on 47 exams was below 35, which does not accurately represent his true potential.
Despite holding a commanding 2-0 lead over Australia, the Indian team’s one cause for concern has been opener KL Rahul’s protracted dry spell and if the opener will be replaced for the third Test in Indore. Sourav Ganguly, a former captain of India who was relegated from vice
According to Sourav Ganguly, it may be challenging for an Indian batter to escape criticism when they don’t score runs at home given the position’s high expectations.
If you don’t score runs, you’ll surely face criticism in India. The culprit is not only KL Rahul. Outside of the Delhi Capitals’ IPL preseason training, Sourav Ganguly told PTI that there have also been players in the past.
He makes a big difference for the group. Thereafter Ganguly
Despite holding a commanding 2-0 lead over Australia, the Indian team has been divided about KL Rahul’s protracted dry spell and if the opener would be substituted for the third Test in Indore.
After losing his position as vice captain, Rahul was chosen to play in the last two games against Australia. This choice has received criticism. However Sourav Ganguly claims that due of his earlier performances, Rahul has been given a longer rope.
The players are under a lot of stress because of all the attention and emphasis. The organization’s management sees him as a crucial part of the team. “At the end of the day, what the coach and captain feel is vital,” the 113 Test match and 311 ODI veteran continued. Although he performed admirably, you would naturally anticipate much more from an Indian top-order batsman given the high standard others have set.