Ind vs Eng Match: Whenever any team gets defeated, questions are raised on social media against some other player.
In such a situation, after losing the first Test in Chennai against England, India’s vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane has also been questioned.
Ajinkya Rahane failed in both innings against England. After which Virat Kohli was asked in a press conference on his record and his performance in India.
However, Virat Kohli was seen standing completely with Ajinkya Rahane. Not only this, he termed this batsman of Maharashtra as a runner in difficult conditions.
The same when captain Kohli was asked on Ajinkya Rahane’s poor form, he said, if you are trying yourself. And if you are looking for something, then you are not going to find anything.
Ajinkya Rahane is also the most important player on our Test team along with Cheteshwar Pujara, India’s Test specialist batsman.
He will be with us constantly, we have full faith in his talent and abilities. The highest number of runs was needed against Australia in Melbourne.
Then he stood with his team and also scored a century. Whatever you try to see from the figures, you won the series in Australia.
The same Indian captain Virat Kohli further said, only one Test match has been played. In the first innings, he was trying to hit a four.
But England captain Joe Root caught one of his best catches. If Ajinkya Rahane would have scored a run in the first innings against England, this thing would not have happened.
Now we just need to focus more on our game. In Test cricket, you always have to win whether it is on your own land or on foreign soil.
Now we have to perform very well as a strong team from the beginning. Let us tell you that Ajinkya Rahane has not scored a half-century in the last 7 innings.
After scoring a century on Melbourne cricket ground. Ajinkya Rahane, as well as Sameh Sharma, have the same condition.
He too could not bat well against England in both innings of Chennai. If the Indian team is like this Test series then Ajinkya Rahane and Rohit Sharma will have to perform well.