KL Rahul’s career is over! Will never return to Team India now, shocking reason revealed
KL Rahul: Team India is currently present in Sri Lanka to play Asia Cup 2023. The team will play its first match in this Mahadeepiya tournament tomorrow. Let us tell you that tomorrow i.e. on September 2, India will face a challenge from Pakistan. Before this match, a news has come about Team India’s star wicket-keeper batsman KL Rahul, according to which it is being said that Rahul’s career is going to end soon. Let us tell you the whole matter.
KL Rahul out of preliminary matches
It is known that KL Rahul was injured during a match in IPL 2023. Because of this, he spent a lot of time away from Team India. But after some time the news came that he is absolutely fit and he has got a place in the team for Asia Cup 2023. But recently coach Rahul Dravid confirmed that KL Rahul will not play the first two matches of the Asia Cup. In such a situation, either Ishan Kishan or Sanju Samson will be the first choice for the wicketkeeper.
This player can confirm his place for the World Cup 2023
If either of these two players get a chance in place of KL Rahul in the first two matches. If either of these two performs well during this period, then he will secure his place for the World Cup. This is being said because at the time of the announcement of Team India for Asia Cup 2023, Ajit Agarkar had said that after watching the first two matches, Team India’s 15-member squad for World Cup 2023 will be announced. Let us tell you that for this mega tournament all the teams will announce their team by 5th September.
Rahul’s international career
The same when KL Rahul will not play the first two matches of Asia Cup 2023. So there is a possibility that even for the World Cup 2023, he will not get a place in Team India. If this happens, then the reason for this will be only his fitness. In such a situation, it would not be wrong to say that Rahul’s career will end.
Apart from this, if we talk about Rahul’s international career so far, then he has played a total of 47 Tests, 54 ODIs and 72 T20 Internationals in his international career. 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.
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